Amani National Congress, ANC party boss Musalia Mudavadi has attacked Azimio La Umoja's presidential Aspirant Raila Odinga sending bad News. Mudavadi has openly blasted Raila Odinga's bid in Mt Kenya region of winning more votes as election poll draws nearer.
However, Musalia Mudavadi has attacked Raila Odinga, allegedly affirming that Raila Odinga should not expect anything from Mount Kenya Region. Musalia has added that Mount Kenya Region belongs to Deputy president William Ruto who is seeking Kenya's top seat.
"Raila should not expect anything from Mt Kenya, It is DP Ruto's Backyard," ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi stated
Alleging Details, Musalia Mudavadi has send good news to Kenya Kwanza Alliance's presidential Aspirant William Ruto, alleging that Mount Kenya Region is Ruto's backyard. In his address, Musalia Mudavadi has said that William Ruto enjoys high percentage in terms of support from Mt Kenya region in his presidency.
Mudavadi was the former key ally to Raila Odinga before he decamped Raila's camp for DP William Ruto's camp in a bid of boosting Ruto's presidency.
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