As the country heads to the 2022 poll, many Kenyans have been anticipating that the presidential race will be a two horse race between former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Deputy President William. For that reason, they have been advising the likes of Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and other top leaders to join either Ruto and Raila.
While some leaders like Kivutha Kibwana and others have been shelving their own interests and joining Raila and Ruto's camps, some of them are still weighing things with Musalia Mudavadi being one of them. To this moment, Kenyans are not sure which side Mudavadi will join or if he will go all the way to the ballot.
While that is the case, today Kenyans were left talking after the latest statement from Musalia Mudavadi's ally Cleophas Malala. While speaking to NTV Kenya, Malala left Kenyans feeling like Mudavadi will join Ruto soon after he stated that they are going to join Ruto's linked UDA party if Mudavadi will be promised a government position.
"We'll join Azimio if Raila steps down for Mudavadi, we'll join UDA provided Mudavadi gets a govt position." Said Cleophas Malala.
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