The entrance of Musalia Mudavadi into a pact with the Deputy President William Ruto brought about a political earthquake in the world of politics because few expected it would happen.
Precisely, the duo has been given a target of atleast 70 per cent of the Western Kenya votes for Mulembe nation to gain significantly if Kenya Kwanza will form the next government.
With just about eighty days left to the general elections, a section of Kenyans are uncertain that Mudavadi will be able to meet the expectations of Kenya Kwanza.
In his Vihiga home county for instance, the ANC candidate for the gubernatorial race Hon. Agoi is less popular as revealed by a recent poll conducted by Mizani Africa. Definately, this sends a signal on whether Mudavadi will garner 70 per cent for DP Ruto.
As such uncertainty fill air, there has emerged a hillarious cartoon showing Musalia as unable to deliver the set target as the task appears to be heavy.
In the cartoon, DP Ruto and Khalwale have been depicted to demand for the votes and that there will be no excuses but to deliver.
On the other hand, Senator Cleophas Malala and Wetangula watched helplessly as Mudavadi struggled to attain the target.
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