Trouble looms United Democratic Alliance (UDA), Amani National Congress (ANC) and Moses Wetangula's Ford Kenya political pact as Senior Political Prof Mutahi Ngunyi reveals Musalia Mudavadi, William Ruto fresh havoc in picking running mate ahead of the fast approaching poll.
Through his twitter post, Prof Ngunyi claim, Deputy President William Ruto's Deputy pick will shape the TangaTanga wing and votes DP Ruto is likely to get from Western region.
According to Ngunyi, If UDA leader choose either Mathira Member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua or Kandara Member of Parliament Alice Wahome, then, UDA is at risk of losing Western vote.
To him, Musalia Mudavadi jumped off OKA ships to join alliance with UDA for a Deputy position. Thus, should he lose position for other other hopeful candidate, the tough question will be, what will be the gain of Mulembe Nation?
"Musalia Mudavadi is a blind man, in a dark room, chasing a black cat, which is not there. If Ruto gives running mate to Alice Wahome or Gachagua, how will Mudavadi explain himself to Mulembe Nation? What is their gain? Or was it the 300M given to him according to Ayub Savula." Courtesy
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