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Kakamega Governor Breaks Silence Hours After ANC-UDA Earthquake As He Says This About OKA Movement

As political temperatures continue to rise in Kenya, the two political bigwigs Raila Odinga and William Ruto are trying hard to ensure they are gaining more popularity day by day.The two are traversing the country to ensure they gather more votes ahead of 2022 general elections. The two are also ensuring that they get support from influential leaders who will support their Presidential ambitions.

Musalia Mudavadi has also expressed his interest to vie for the Presidency in this year's General Election.

Today was the Amani National Congress Party's long awaited day. The ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi was endorsed by the delagates as the ANC Party presidential candidate. On the same note Musalia Mudavadi ANC party members joined hands with the UDA party Presidential Candidate William Ruto and party members in a coalition deal ahead of the coming elections.

This move by the ANC Party Leader and UDA party Presidential Candidate has attracted several criticisms from various leaders especially those from the Azimio La Umoja.

The Kakamega County Governor Wycliffe Oparanya was not left behind as far as Western region is concerned. He broke his silence and condemned the move saying that the move marked end of the OKA movement. This came after some principals like Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Jimmy Wanjigi flocked out after realizing that Deputy President and UDA Presidential candidate William Ruto was around.

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