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"Mudavadi Can't Betray Uhuru To Join Ruto" Kaluma Claims Amid His Remark To Malala, Ruto's UDA Camp


As the countdown to August 9, 2022 general elections continues to narrows, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) elected Member of Parliament Peter Kaluma has play down possibility of Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi joining Deputy President William Ruto's hustlers camp.

Through his social media publication on Thursday, 20 January, the Kieleweke ardent supporter inform, Musalia Mudavadi knows his stake in Azimio la Umoja wing in 2022 elections and thus, can't betray President Kenyatta by ditching OKA for Ruto's UDA.


Kaluma believe, the good relationship between Uhuru and Mudavadi after opposition fold difference to support Jubilee second tenure following handshake will play out decision making, with Mudavadi expected to make major announcement on Sunday 23, January during ANC National Delegate Conference (NDC) Bomas, Nairobi.


According to him, ANC associate Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala and other TangaTanga leaders hoping to see Musalia Mudavadi ditching One Kenya Alliance and Uhuru wing for UDA are dreaming.


"Musalia Mudavadi and President Uhuru Kenyatta are best friends. Musalia Mudavadi knows the stakes in 2022 elections. He can't betray President Kenyatta and the people of Kenya to join William Ruto and his UDA crooks. Malala and proponent are dreaming." Peter Opondo Kaluma informed.


This comes at time OKA leaders, Moses Wetangula of Ford Kenya, KANU's Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka of Wiper, Cyrus Jirongo and Mudavadi are in crucial stage to unveil their flag bear. With Malala claiming they are open to look for likely minded partners.


"Without Musalia i don't see OKA as a viable idea. My loyalty is on him alone. If Musalia move to Azimio I will be there with him early in the morning, if he moves to UDA, he will get me there waiting for him." Cleophas Malala said.

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