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"Mudavadi Has Not Abandoned OKA And We Have Not Signed With UDA" ANC Changes Tune Reveals What Next

After the much awaited Earthquake declaration in bomas on Sunday, ANC party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi had been said to have left OKA together with Ford Kenya party leader hon Moses Wetangula. It had been said that they will join Deputy President William Ruto's camp and work together.

However, speaking today, Matuga member of parliament who is also ANC deputy party leader hon Kassim Tandaza has refuted such claims. Hon Tandaza has said that ANC has not walked out of OKA. He added that ANC saw that there was no progress in OKA and decided to work with UDA that is associated with DP Ruto.

He further said that they are yet to sign any agreement with UDA but they will do so very soon. "Musalia has not abandoned OKA,I'm his deputy party leader. There was no written agreement with OKA, as ANC we are not seeing alot of progress in that direction. We have not signed any documents with UDA either." Kassim said.

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