As said by the man himself, this is that day when all Kenyans will be able to know the way forward for the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi in a highly anticipated major event to be held at Bomas of Kenya.
Many people are waiting to hear which exact move he going to make especially now when the country is about to go to the general elections with politicians making major moves to either survive in the field are succeed in their quests.
However, with Mudavadi, it is more obvious that he is going to make a move based on three options.
The third option is wether he will decide to stand strong and declare his presidential bid with or without the support of One Kenya Alliance (OKA) coalition.
Either of the three will lead to a new earthquake in the Kenyan politics just as he has been claiming.
When know the kind of influence he has in the country especially in Western Region which has over two million voters. And his decision to join either Raila or Ruto will highly be felt as well as when he decides to face them in the ballot.
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