Vocal political strategist and adviser Professor Makau Mutua has broken his silence revealing what the Orange Democratic Movement 'ODM' Party Deputy leader Hon Wickliffe Ambetsa Oparanya told the Deputy President of Kenya Hon William Samoei Ruto early on Friday January 28th, 2022.
On his social media platform, the vocal political commentator Professor Makau Mutua revealed that the Kakamega county Governor Wickliffe Oparanya told the Deputy President that he (William Ruto) made a very important move to offload the Former Deputy Prime Minister of Kenya Hon Musalia Mudavadi from the Luhya people.
Photo of the Deputy President Hon William Ruto (right) together with Former Deputy Prime Minister Hon Musalia Mudavadi (left).
Professor Makau Mutua further informed that the Kakamega county Governor allegedly stated that the Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi had become a burden to the Mulembe nation and he (Governor Wickliffe Oparanya) further appreciated the Deputy President for welcoming Mudavadi into the Hustler Movement.
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