The Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi and FORD Kenya party leader Moses Wentangula today joined United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party leader deputy president William Ruto today in western region as campaign for themselves ahead of the August election. The leaders were received well by Western people as huge crowd attended their rallies.
While addressing the crowd, Mudavadi left Kenyans talking after he asked a question concerning the second in command deputy president William Ruto. Musalia Mudavadi asked that if really DP Ruto was a thief, why hasn't he been taken to court?
The questions sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans on social media platforms who some of them supported his question but others ganged at him. Considering the new coalition formed by Musalia, Wentangula and DP Ruto, August election continues to heat more. Below are Kenyans reactions to Musalia Mudavadi's question;
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