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Former Orange Democratic Movement ODM party communication director Disembe Dikembe has revealed how president Uhuru Kenyatta saved the faces of former prime minister Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi during the Madaraka day celebrations at Kisumu.
The ODM blogger was making this remarks after after Tanga Tanga allies cried foul accusing president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga of humiliating Kalonzo Musyoka in his own backyard during his visit.
With Ruto allies decrying sitting arrangement which saw Kalonzo sit far aside from president Uhuru Kenyatta, Disembe has accused Ruto allies of trying to look good by picking unnecessary issues.
He recalled Madaraka day celebrations saying DP Ruto in his speech had ignored the former leaders in his speech and went ahead to invite president Uhuru Kenyatta.
He said president Uhuru upon his invitation by the DP was forced to break protocols and had to recognise Odinga's presence together with Kalonzo and other top leaders.
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"UDA minions think we’ve forgotten that during Madaraka Day in Kisumu, DP Ruto whom protocol mandates to recognise the presence of Kalonzo, Mudavadi etc DID NOT, or REFUSED TO, and only invited H.E Pres. Uhuru, who had to invite PM Odinga, who then recognised Kalonzo, Mdv etc," he tweeted.
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