While speaking at the parliament building this afternoon, MPs led by Kimilili constituency member of parliament Didmus Barasa, Majimbo Kalasinga of Kabuchai constituency, John Waluke of Sirisia constituency among others have now made it clear to their opponents that their region is now united following their decision to join forces with the Deputy President William Ruto.
According to MP Barasa, it's high time that Raila gets to play his arithmetics very well because the current unity might make him to lose some votes from Western Kenya.
"I want to tell Kenyans that we are fully aware of what these people were doing and we are going to rally the mulembe nation behind Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetang'ula and William Ruto. So Raila Odinga when you play your arithmetics minus the votes that you got from Western Kenya and we are not going to allow some characters, some fellows who were formerly in ANC there's an individual who has been masquerading as the deputy party leader of ANC for a very long time. I saw him attacking honorable Musalia Mudavadi saying that Musalia Mudavadi had been bought," said MP Didmus Barasa.
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