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What Residents Told Gideon Moi and His Colleagues after Walking Out From Bomas (Video)

In the country, there are many prominent leaders who are well known. Some of them have been forming new coalitions to win general elections.

According to the source, a dramatic scene was witnessed in the Bomas of Kenya after prominent leaders walked out of the meeting that was organized by ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi. According to the video shared by Daily Nation, the three prominent leaders, Jimi Wanjigi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Gideon Moi are being spotted walking outside the Bomas being escorted by their bodyguards. Furthermore, some residents are heard asking them in Kiswahili "mheshimiwa tuko njaa, tuwachie kakitu" which means, leave us something honorable, we are hungry.

This comes in after some leaders including UDA Party leader William Ruto attended the meeting and revealed that he is ready to work with Musalia Mudavadi because he is able.

Follow this link below and watch the full video on how the three walked from the Bomus leaving behind Musalia Mudavadi and his colleagues.

https://twitter.com/NationAfrica/status/1485296751485628423?t=0GGrKMtVuFz0LM-QC38_aA&s=19

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