A day after missing from the KICC ground when Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga was unveiling his running mate, Kanu Party leader Gideon Moi has come out to speak on his political stand.

Through a statement released on Tuesday, Gideon Moi reaffirmed his stay in Azimio la Umojan coalition and announced that his Kanu party will continue to support the coalition's presidential candidate Raila Odinga.

Moi urged his Kanu party members to continue collaborating with the Azimio camp, saying this was the only sure way of strengthening the country's unity.

“I wish to take this opportunity to reassure you individually and collectively that we focused on the unity of all Kenyans as per our party values of peace, love, and unity.

"We are actively engaged in bringing together all our political partners with whom we share ideologies. We shall leave no one behind,” read Gideon Moi's statement.

This came after Gideon Moi left the KICC grounds in a haste on Monday and headed to Kalonzo Musyoka's SKM command center, where he accompanied the Wiper boss while announcing his Presidential bid as well as unveiling his running mate.

{Kanu party leader Gideon Moi and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka. Photo: Courtesy}

His decision to skip Raila's event had left Kenyans speculating on his next political moves at a time when his close ally Kalonzo Musyoka had announced an official breakup with Raila and Azimio la Umoja coalition.

Gideon Moi's Kanu party was among the three parties consisting of Wiper of Kalonzo, United Democratic Party of Cyrus Jirongo, and Kanu itself that formed the One Kenya Alliance.

The three parties later signed a coalition pact with Azimio to form Azimio la Umoja - One Kenya Alliance