It is official that the One Kenya Alliance, that was supposed to have Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper Democratic Movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, KANU leader Gideon Moi, and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula, will not be as it was planned as Mudavadi now ceases from being part of it
This is after Mudavadi invited deputy president William Ruto to his national delegates conference which was attended by all the principals.
Kalonzo and Gideon were forced to walk out of the venue upon realising that deputy president William Ruto was scheduled to attend the event.
Immediately after they walked out, one Kenya Alliance secretary-general Frederick Okango issued an official statement confirming that they have officially parted ways with Musalia Mudavadi after what they termed as dishonesty.
He stated that their main focus now is to look for other outfits where Kenyans are safer and that is where they will be heading to. The statement also explained that they have to let Mudavadi go as his friends are not their friends, in the statement, they have wished Mudavadi best of luck in his new political home.
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