Following the recent decision by ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula of Ford Kenya to work with Deputy President William Ruto, Tumaini Liberation presidential candidate Nick Kukubo has considered it as betrayal of the highest order.
Presidential candidate Nick Kukubo, he has vowed to replace Musalia Mudavadi in Western, source files.
"We had built our hope on Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula since other leaders have already endorsed Raila Odinga who is of no help to our people," he said.
Because of that, Kukubo has started creating a monarch which he says will provide an independent direction on leadership.
"It is only through that Mulembe Kingdom that our people will be able to stay under one political umbrella, these other coalitions are needless because they will still divide our people," he added.
Kukubo has called upon all residents of Western Kenya to support him in his presidential ambitions so that he takes up the role of Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula.
"I have now taken up the role of Musalia Mudavadi and I will be on the ballot," he said.
It should be remembered that Kukubo vied in 2007 presidential elections and got 900 votes.
He comes from Sirisia constituency in Bungoma county.
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