On Monday afternoon, former Speaker Kenneth Marende launched a scathing attack on ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi. The attack comes following the decision by the former vice president to work with William Ruto's UDA.
“From the latest action by Mudavadi,I feel betrayed. You can’t give Kenyans a progressive country if you associate with bad company. As a result of the step by Mudavadi which is a bad step and suicidal politically. We shall leave him in the past,” said Marende.Marende was speaking to the press when he stated that he had left the dormant OKA to join the newly founded DAP Kenya, run by Wafula Wamunyinyi and Eugene Wamalwa. Accompanying Marende were legislators Oku Kaunya - Teso North and Justin Murunga. The two also announced their resignation from ANC for DAP Kenya.According to Marende, they had warned Mudavadi not to engage with William Ruto.
“Am afraid that Ruto’s zone is a no go zone. Economic growth is not foreseeable with that company,” Marende stated.
Marende plans to run for governor of Vihiga on the DAP-K ticket.
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