Former Vice President and Deputy Prime Minister, Musalia Mudavadi ,had earlier last week made a declaration that he would make a major announcement today at the Bomas of Kenya.
When the much-hyped Amani National Congress National delegates convention got underway today at Bomas, most Kenyans and especially Luhyas were more than shocked to see Deputy President William Ruto attending the meeting.
The Presence of Dr Ruto, seemingly repelled Honourable Musalia Mudavadi's closest allies Honourable Kalonzo Musyoka and Honourable Gideon Moi, who chose to walk out of the event.
It appears that they were not the only ones disappointed with Musalia Mudavadi, as hundreds of thousands of Luhyas have taken to their social media accounts to protest Mr Mudavadi's latest move. Some even went as far as calling him a sellout.
Should Musalia Mudavadi chose to work with Dp Ruto, he will effectively have locked out the possibility of Luhyas producing a President until 2042
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