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UDA Mp Sends Warning To Mudavadi And Wetangula Alleging What They Should Do To Stay In Politics

While Moses Wetangula was chosen as the speaker of the National Assembly, President William Ruto picked Musalia Mudavadi, the main head of the Amani National Congress, as the prime cabinet secretary.

Although there has been an effort to dissolve affiliated parties in Kenya's Kwanza movement in order to establish UDA as the sole party,

Moses Kuria, the Chama Cha Kazi party's head, took this action by dissolving his organization and joining UDA.

Although Mudavadi and Wetangula received a harsh warning from Embakasi North Mp James Gakuya, who won the seat on a UDA ticket, about the reasons they shouldn't dissolve their parties.

According to Gakuya, Mudavadi's political career would be over if he left his party and joined the UDA.

Gakuya has advised Mudavadi and Wetangula to create a single, powerful party in the Western area, which they will use as a negotiating tool in Kenyan politics.

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