Few days after Amani national Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi shifted camp and joined forces with the deputy President William Ruto, a lot of political statements have been thrown ato him. This is after one of the Onee Kenya alliance principals by the name Cyrus Jirongo sent missiles of word revealing the dark side of Mudavadi.
Speaking in a campaign rally when he was accompanied Kalonzo Musyoka in Ukambani region, Cyrus Jirongo badly exposed to Mudavadi revealing how he disowned his mother so that he can force himself to the Kalenjin community. Speaking in the event, Jirongo alleged that Musalia didn't even bother to bury his own mother to an extent of the government taking the responsibility.
This has been a great expose by Cyrus jirongo who has lectured Mudavadi saying that he made a wrong political decision by joining Ruto since he is corrupt. He also blasted him revealing that he is living in a rented house in Riverside that does not belong to him.
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