Deputy President William Ruto's UDA was delighted to officially welcome another influential governor to the party merely moments after witnessing a stunning conference termed as Earthquake in Bomas of Kenya.
Moments before the storming earthquake of Mudavadi was experienced, the new governor joined other UDA brigades in Deputy President's camp to accompany them before making his last decision.
Perhaps, Sunday was a big day for the Amani National Congress (ANC) as they launch Mudavadi's presidential bid. Consequently, Deputy President William Ruto and his United Democratic Alliance brigades were honored to join Musalia Mudavadi's event.
Certainly, the event catalyzed the progress of the two sides ahead of forming the next government comes August polls.
Conceivably, the bond between UDA and ANC will catalyze the entrance of more members to the room. However, The August election has competitive grounds as ODM boss Raila Odinga is left in the open field after Mudavadi pledged to partner with William Ruto.
However, it is with great zeal and enthusiasm as William Ruto's UDA continues expanding its territory by amassing more brigades at every short interval.
From the reports, Governor Salim Mvurya for Kwale county officially joins UDA following the grand event constituting the UDA, ANC, JIBEBE, and FORD-Kenya.
Consequently, Kwale governor was pleased to move on with the hustler nation. It was a great pleasure as he joined William Ruto's UDA upon Mudavadi's grand conference in Bomas of Kenya as Deputy President mingles ANC.
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