Deputy President William Ruto's camp has been dealt a blow after Malava Mp Malulu Injendi declares his stand ahead of next year's general elections.
Malulu Injendi who has been Dp Ruto's fierce supporter at Western Kenya says he's ready to woo Jubilee Party lawmakers from Western to lobby for Musalia's 2022 Presidential bid.
The lawmaker termed Musalia as a wise and cool person who only fits Kibaki shoes compared to other President candidates.
"Ukiona Musalia yeye ni mtu mtulivu na mungwana.Yeye ni mtu anatoshea kiatu cha Rais Kibaki. Nitasimama naye mbaka dakika ya mwisho. Wabunge wote wa Jubilee kutoka Western tutasimama na Musalia akuwe Rais 2022,"said Malulu Injendi
Malulu has been well known for his watermelon character of changing sides every now and then. Last December, Malulu had decamped to ODM side and had vowed to support constitutional amendments through the Building Bridges Initiative.
Two weeks later,he changed his tune and denounced his allegiance to Raila Odinga.He blamed Oparanya for confusing and misleading him to make such utterances supporting Raila and BBI when he returned back to Ruto's camp.
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