Suna East MP Hon Junet Mohammed.
The Suna East MP Hon Junet Mohammed took a statement to his twitter account making fun about the ANC delegates congress which was earlier dubbed as an earthquake by the party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi. The long awaited earthquake was marked by several twist of events suggesting political break ups and new formations.
The deputy president Dr William Ruto and his allies from the UDA party made a surprise show up in the event raising speculations on the recent allegations the Mudavadi and Ruto were in talks over a possible 2022 pact. One of the UDA MP from Western Hon Didmus Baraza had put on a shirt which had both the UDA and ANC logos.
The Deputy President Dr William Ruto had been invited to grace the ANC NDC. Photo Courtesy: Citizen TV.
The Suna East MP Junet Mohammed however rubbished any presence of an earthquake in the Bomas meeting. According to him, the dramatic exit of the Wiper party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka and KANU leader Gideon Moi from the meeting was the clearest form of earthquake that happened in the event.
The two, together with ODM operative Jimmy Wanjigi were reported to have left the event after learning that Ruto had been invited as the guest of honour in the congress meeting.
"Only earthquake I’ve felt here in Nakuru is the walkout by Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka and Hon. Gideon Moi." the MP sarcastically tweeted.
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