President William Ruto met with Western leaders on December 8th. Politically diverse elected officials attended the gathering. Wilberforce Otichilo, the governor of Vihiga, George Natembeya, the governor of Trans-Nzoia, and Fernandez Barasa, the governor of Kakamega were among the Azimio politicians present at the conference. The Kakamega State Lodge served as the venue for the gathering.
Tindi Mwale, a member of parliament from Butere, claimed that he had been a fervent follower of Musalia Mudavadi up until the time that he announced the earthquake during the ANC party's NDC.
Mwale claimed that after Mudavadi decided to support William Ruto, Bishop Titus Khamala of Lurambi, a fellow MP, approached him and warned him that if they didn't watch out, they would lose their seats if they kept backing Mudavadi.
"Bishop Khamala came to my house and told me that this earthquake announcement would end our careers if we were not careful. "Immediately we went to Francis Atwoli's home, and that's how I ended up in Azimio," disclosed Hon. Mwale.
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