The former Kakamega Senator and DP Ruto's pointman in the larger western region Hon Boni Khalwale have draw a mixed reaction from kenyans after asking the Amani National Congress party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi to Join the hustler nation.
According to information shared by the flamboyant Senator, President Uhuru Kenyatta is determined to settle political debt his family owe for Daniel Moi and Raila Odinga. The equation will be settle by Gideon being Raila's running mate during the on coming 2022 general elections.
He linked his statement to the recently concluded KANU national delegation congress conference where the issues of OKA was totally avoided during the event. In his opinion, the OKA alliance is heading to the deathbed and therefore the ANC party leader should not hesitate to join UDA. He went ahead and stated that in the case Musalia joins Ruto's camp, he volunteers to be the first supporter of his presidency.
Kenyans reacted differently to his message with majority asking him to be Ruto's runnin mate instead of looking for Mudavadi. Others suggest that the post of running mate must come from the central region for them to be relevant in the political environment.
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