Senator Malala has finally come clean exposing the main reason why Mudavadi avoided One Kenya Alliance committee meeting. This is the meeting that happened in Naivasha at Lake Elementaita. It's something that sparked mixed reactions as Mudavadi and his team tried to cover up everything and pretend that there was peace in the party.
However, speaking during a live interview with NTV news, Senator Malala said that Mudavadi snubbed the meeting because of what had transpired before the meeting. He said that there is a lot of push and pull in One Kenya Alliance since all the other colleagues have already done their National Delegates Conference yet Mudavadi is yet to do it.
Video Link: https://youtu.be/xr6oDthhNoo
He said Mudavadi wanted the consultation meeting done after his National Delegates Conference rally but they refused. The trio went ahead planning the committee meeting which Mudavadi together with Malala avoided despite the fact that they were supposed to be present. This tells it all that OKA is likely to collapse any time soon.
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