Musalia Mudavadi have today assured his fans and members of Amani National Congress that the political party is still strong despite it's members defecting to other parties after his declaration to work together with the Deputy President. Rival parties Orange Democratic Movement and new party Democratic Action Party of Kenya have been the biggest beneficiaries receiving several defectors from Western region after the 'earthquake' declaration.
Musalia has however maintained his stand that his party is still strong and the exodus has not affected the strength of his party. "The ANC party remains strong despite the buyouts of few MPs. The ones that remained are double the strength of those who have been bought by State House machinery. We are not moved." Mudavadi declared through his Facebook page giving his followers an overview of their rally today.
He went ahead to claim that the earthquake that has since been his trademark will deal with the defecting members of Parliament very soon.
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