Hon. Musalia Mudavadi, cabinet secretary for the prime minister, has communicated some unfavorable information to Raila Odinga regarding member countries. During the election season, opposition politicians grew in popularity in this area.
Chief Secretary Cabinet Minister Hon. Musalia Mudavadi stated that the landscape of member states has changed during a live interview on TV 47. He asserted that the Mulembe people want to defect to the ruling party and replace Raila.
If the Member nation's support base switches to the ruling party, Raila Odinga will suffer a serious setback before the elections in 2027. Mudavadi, who is currently ruled by the Kenyan Kwanza ethnic group, anointed himself King of the Member Nation.
Mudavadi also added that his action of joining Kenya Kwanza was some of the best moments and he won't regret joining president Ruto's camp.
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