As all eyes are fixated on Bomas of Kenya for the much-hyped announcement by ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi. His daughter Maryanne Mudavadi stole the hearts of many with her eloquence and her love for her daughter Kenyans now term her the real earthquake.
Maryanne left many men drooling over her and shifting the big announcement by Mudavadi to her beauty and grasp of the queen's language. She has now been termed "Mali Safi" a term used by Kenyan men to describe a good-looking lady.
"She has made me change my political opinion now I hail Mudavadi Tosha,"
"Her confidence is enough for me. How many people can stand Infront of such crowds especially at her age? Love her,"
William Ruto joined Marianne in steering the show at the "earthquake" set day. His allies arriving at the venue was proof that Mudavadi and Ruto were working on a working coalition ahead of the t2022 general election.
Mudavadi earlier was endorsed by his party's NDC to vie for the top seat. It's unclear how the two were planning to share the two major seats in the general election.
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