The Deputy President, which is surprising, when compared to Hon Raila Odinga has been receiving new or former allies to the Hustler Nation Movement whereas in ODM, and handshake, people are decamping out of the party.
Top city lawyer allied to Raila Odinga, Donald Kipkorir has hinted an allegation that ANC leader and OKA Principal Wycliffe Mudavadi, might or he's on the verge of joining the hustler nation from the handshake side of the government.
On Twitter, Kipkorir, who appears to be well-informed, congratulated his closest political rival and friend, SC Ahmednassir Abdullahi, a staunch DP Ruto supporter, for allegedly bringing the unification he has long desired, to realization.
He then claims that the race will no longer have any donors and will be fiercely contested by the two horses.
"Congratulations to my BFF SC Ahmednasir for finally seeing to fruition the merger he has been working on. Now we have no donors in the race, only two horses. Baba and WSR" he claimed.
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