ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi is key political leader who hails from Western Kenya region who has been on the spot in the recent days for promising Kenyans and his close opponents an 'earthquake' announcement which he made on Sunday.
This was made clear during his party's National Delegates Conference that saw him unleash some of the things that he had never spoken before as he shook most leaders who thought otherwise.
Despite the wonderful message that Mudavadi passed yesterday, it is very important to note that there is one major mistake that he made that might come to haunt his political journey in the near future. This is based on the fact that his fellow OKA principals walked out of his NDC at the Bomas of Kenya after learning that he had invited DP Ruto without their consent.
It should be noted that Kalonzo has been launching tactical attacks towards the second in command and the one thing Mudavadi could have done was to inform some of the top guests that were to be in the meeting to avoid unnecessary confrontations.
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