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Muthama blasted the outfit for lacking leadership and a sense of direction adding that they have no agenda for Kenyans.

Former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama has taken a swipe at the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) accusing them of staging political sideshows instead of making their agenda clear to Kenyans.

In reaction to a media report indicating that the alliance is set for a crisis meeting over their opponent's perceived "moles" in the alliance, Muthama said the outfit has nothing to offer Kenyans.

{From Left. ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper's Kalonzo Muyoka, KANU's Gideon Moi and Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula. Image: Courtesy}

He blasted the outfit for lacking leadership and a sense of direction adding that they have no agenda for Kenyans.

"What's OKA's agenda for Kenyans apart from wasting so much time in boardroom wars, supremacy battles, gossips, backstabbing, suspicions and drinking a lot of tea in Hotels," he said.

The Former Senator further said that OKA leaders' co-existence is no longer tenable because their ideologies do not marry.

Muthama, a former influential member of Nasa where the OKA principals were party to, says the focus of many Kenyans now is on the bottom-up economic model being propagated by the UDA party.

"People are tired of theatrics & drama exhibited by this amorphous political outfit where the top honchos' diverse ideas are like oil and water, they can't blend. The focal point for every Kenyan now is @UDAKenya's bottom-up economic model, the rest are sideshows," he said.

According to the media report, Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper’s Kalonzo Musyoka, Ford Kenya boss Moses Wetangula and his Kanu counterpart Gideon Moi are set to meet on Tuesday, November 30 to iron out the ongoing suspicions that caused their allies to trade barbs at political rallies.

The report indicates that Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala, who is widely mentioned as Deputy President William Ruto's insider at OKA, will also be discussed.

The OKA alliance has recently been embroiled in a war of words where leaders attack each other in public.

Over the weekend, Senator Malala was on spot for attacking Wiper leader Kalonzo for inviting the ODM leader Raila Odinga at his party's National Delegates Conference.

Kalonzo fired back at him telling him not to disguise himself as an OKA stalwart and maybe he has been sent by the DP to tear apart their alliance.

Such ugly confrontation between the OKA leaders has led to Tuesday's meeting in a bid to iron out the issues.