Musalia Mudavadi has passed a sarcastic message in his Facebook post as he was sharing photos depicting a large crowd during his campaigns in western Kenya. He took his campaigns today to Webuye, Matungu, Funyula, Vihiga and Lwanda.
" It's locked! 90 percent loading..." Mudavadi posted.
Musalia Mudavadi was allegedly tasked to bring a total of 70% of western votes in an exchange to a 30% Government Incase William Samoei Ruto wins the August election.
" We are certain that our captain DP William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza team will prevail come august ." He added.
Musalia Mudavadi and Moses wetangula who are considered as the strong western leaders joined hands to support William Ruto's presidential bid after they quited the OKA coalition.
In exchange to their support, DP William Ruto promised the two leaders a share of the government. The promise was put into a deal and submitted to the political parties regulation body.
DP Ruto allegedly gave conditions for him to fulfill the promises he made in the deal. He asked both Musalia and Wetangula to bring a 70% of the total western votes into Ruto's docket during the August general elections.
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