Deputy President William Ruto, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula have said that they came together to revive the economy.
The three leaders said they are ready to empower local traders to compete globally.
The leaders said high taxation was hurting traders and consumers.
“Many Kenyans are suffering. Taxes are very high and this has made many Kenyans not able to meet their basic needs. Truth be told; Kenya is broke. Kenyans have no money,” Musalia said.
The former deputy prime minister was addressing rallies in Kirinyaga and Embu on Saturday.
“I have partnered with Deputy President William Ruto & UDA because our ideologies are in tandem; putting our economy back on track,” Musalia said.
The Deputy President said that the three leaders came together because they love Kenya.
“We want a united government and that is why we say that if you want to build a nation, it is dangerous to have a disunited government,” Ruto.
“I want us to deal with corruption decisively and ensure we have money to build our economy and country.”
Wetangula said that they have come together under Kenya Kwanza so that they do not subject Kenyans to a Run-off.
“We want to win this election in Round One! We can not afford a run-off. I urge Kenyans to come out on August 9th to vote in a united government, and that government is one to be formed under the Kenya Kwanza Alliance,” Wetangula said.
“Nothing builds cohesion like common prosperity; nothing unites like a thriving economy in which farmers, small businesses and marginalized areas are all included. This is what we are working for, this is what this moment is about. Uchumi Kwanza.”
They were accompanied by Governors Ann Waiguru (Kirinyaga) and Jackson Mandago (Uasin Gishu).
The MPs included John Muchiri (Manyatta), Eric Muchangi (Runyenjes), Cecily Mbarire (Nominated), Aden Duale (Garissa), Rigathi Gachagua (Mathira), Kimani Ichung’wah (Kikuyu), Ndindi Nyoro (Kiharu), Mohamed Ali (Nyali), Alice Wahome (Kandara), Rahab Mukami (Nyeri), John Kinyua (Sen. Laikipia), Kithure Kindiki (Tharaka-Nithi), Sakaja Johnson (Nairobi) and Kipchumba Murkomen (Elgeyo Marakwet).
Others are Aisha Jumwa (Malindi), Aaron Cheruiyot (Kericho), Susan Kihika (Nakuru), Geoffrey King’ang’i (Mbeere South), Cate Waruguru (Laikipia), Robert Gichumu (Gichugu), Muriuki Njagagua (Mbeere North), Njuguna Kawanjiku (Kiambaa), Tandaza Sawa (Matuga), Sylvanus Osoro (South Mugirango), Malulu Ijendi (Malava), Millicent Omanga (Nominated), Falhada Iman (Nominated) and Nasri Sahal (Nominated).