Several leaders allied to DP Ruto today attended the Bomas declaration where ANC party leader was endorsed by the party delegates to run for presidency. It was really an earthquake after Musalia Mudavadi delivered a powerful speech on the economy of the country. He attacked cartels who have made the government to constantly borrow funds to fulfil the needs of Kenyans. Musalia Mudavadi promised to bring order and improve the living standards of Kenyans. He also showed signs that he is ready to work with Ruto and not the Azimio La Umoja team.
Many politicians were not happy with his political move and they have launched attacks on him. On the other hand MPs allied to Ruto have stood firm to defend him. Susan Kihika has made a late night message over the Bomas event. In her remarks she said, "At the ANC NDC today in Bomas. Really impressed by H.E. Musalia Mudavadi’s Powerful Speech on the Economy and Governance of our country. The Hustler Nation’s Bottom Up Economic Model and ANC’s Uchumi Bora, Pesa mfukoni will for sure revolutionize our economy."
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