The founder of One Kenya Alliance, Hon Musalia Mudavadi had yesterday made a major announcement at the Bomas of Kenya which saw the leader of the United Democratic Alliance party Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto and his allies join him at the event. However, according to fresh claims, the ANC leader has lost a big chances by deciding to work with Dp Ruto PHOTO /COURTESY
The Ally of incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta has spilled the beans, revealing what Hon Musalia Mudavadi has lost as a result of joining forces with Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto. Hon Musalia Mudavadi has lost his national standing and has handed over the people, according to Eldas Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Adan Keynan.
Adan Keynan – MP, Eldas: We expected an ‘earthquake’ but that was not the case. Musalia Mudavadi lost his national stature because UDA will look for a DP from Mt. Kenya. Yesterday’s event handed over the people of Western to Raila Odinga." Tweeted by Citizen TV Kenya
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