Earlier Today, Amani National Coalition party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and the Deputy President William Ruto made their way to Eldama Ravine in Baringo County in order to get backup our their new political establishment.
According to information gathered by K24 Digital, Musalia Mudavadi who is know to have been born in the western part of Kenya has now baffled Kenyans after he opened up on his original birth place:Photo/Courtesy: screenshot of what Musalia Mudavadi said while addressing the people of Eldama Ravine
While it is known that the late Moses Mudavadi (father to Musalia Mudavadi) had initially worked in Baringo County as a district education officer, the claims that Musalia might have been born in the region have not yet been made clear.
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