Kakamega boss Hon Wycliffe Oparanya has attacked ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula on their 2022 presidential ambitions.
In a video that has been shared by Tv47 Oparanya says that Mudavadi does not have the political muscles to clinch the presidency. He also advised them to back Raila Odinga in his 2022 presidential campaign, Oparanya also revealed that he is a loyal ODM member because he know the two Luyha parties are going nowhere. "Nikikataa vyana vya ntumbani kwa sababu hakuna mahali zinaenda," Oparanya said.
His sentiment comes few hours after the two leaders joined the other OKA principals in Safari Park Hotel where they met Mt Kenya billionaires who are allegedly planning to convince them to line behind ODM leader Raila Odinga in his 2022 presidential race.
Mudavadi had earlier made it clear that his mission us to deliver Kenya from the bondage if corruption as a leader and had moved to various places in the country in selling his manifestos.
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