In the recent past, there have been a lot of stimulation that the Amani national Congres Party leader Musalia Mudavadi is set to join hands with the deputy President William ruto to form a super Alliance ahead of 2022 general elections. These rumours of the super alliance has ignited a lot of reactions from most of the Kenyans and politicians at the large.
This had led to Oburu Odinga who is brother of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to make a statement in his official Facebook account making a caption of a laughter emoji and "saying it's okay." The following is the screenshot captured from the social Media platform for the EALA member of Parliament.
The statement comes a few days after Musalia Mudavadihas been showing signs of joining hands with the deputy president following latest similar statements that they have been saying about the current political status of the country. Recent similar remarks about President Uhuru stand on support of a certain presidential candidate is a close testament that the two may join hands in 2022.
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