Today ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and deputy president William Ruto finally joined hands to work together towards their quest to the country's top seat. The Bomas of Kenya meeting, which Mudavadi had promised that it will bring an earthquake, was attended by several political leaders.
Several political leaders have reacted on the meeting with the latest being lawyer Miguna Miguna. Miguna identified one major mistake that happened in the meeting but it was later revived.
According to him, Kirinyaga county governor honourable Anne Waiguru almost spoilt Musalia Mudavadi's primary message by saying that only specific communities are enough to make one a president. However, both William Kabogo and Aden Duale's firefighting skills put out the smoke quickly.
Mudavadi's speech was bold and straight forward. He critisised leaders who are not meaning good for the country. That they just want what is better for themselves. He said that he can make a perfect president if Kenyans trust him with leadership.
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