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The Day Kabogo, Wetangula And Others Basked In The Glory Of Mudavadi's Earthquake

Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo and leader of Tujibebe Wakenya Party found a unique platform to sell the ideals of his party during the ANC Annual Delegates Conference at Bomas of Kenya.

William Kabogo.

Kabogo who recently said his party will be working with Raila's Azimio la Umoja movement through the One Kenya Alliance has had a drastic change of heart.

"If we are to move Kenya to the next level what has been said here must be put into action," said Kabogo who fully supported the ideals espoused in Mudavadi's speech.

In acknowledgment of Mudavadi's speech, Kabogo further said he will be fully supporting Mudavadi's presidential bid from now henceforth.

Another leader of a small party who bursked in Mudavadi's earthquake was Ford-Kenya's Moses Masika Wetangula.

Moses Wetangula.

Wetangula thanked Musalia, Ruto, and Kabogo as custodians of the interests of the people of Kenya.

He quoted famous Tanzanian Swahili author Shabaan Roberts who said, "tragedy reveals real heroes". According to Wetangula, Ruto, Musalia, and Kabogo are destined to deliver this nation.

"Kenyans have seen today that those who have perfected doublespeak, those who speak from both sides of their mouth thrive on impunity which cannot be condoned anymore," said Wetangula, adding "Today is a day like no other. It is a day reserved for the gods, heroes, and legends."

Dr. William Ruto.

Meanwhile speaking last at the function Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto said that like many Kenyans he was doubtful when he heard that Mudavadi was planning an earthquake.

"Today marks a turning point in the history of Kenya. Today marks the turning point of our political discourse. Musalia Mudavadi has spoken to the heart of the nation", said Ruto.

Other leaders took advantage of the occasion to showcase some unique attire.

He confirmed that UDA Party will now forge a working relationship with ANC, Ford-Kenya, and all other parties willing to get on board the super coalition.

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