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Former Kakamega senator Bonny Khalwale Speaks After Musalia Mudavadi Joined UDA Party

Former Kakamega senator Bonny Khalwale has spoken after ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi joined UDA party. 

Through his official Facebook page he wrote "Two scenes.Khalwale joins hands with @WilliamsRuto in 2018 and the other one yesterday: the earthquake, @MusaliaMudavadi, and the Hustler's Clerk.God wanted it that way,"

This comes a day after ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi joined parry which is led by thr deputy president William Samoei Ruto. 

Khalwale is a staunch supporter of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto's presidential bid in the fourthcoming general elections. 

He had also declared his interest for the Kakamega gubernatorial seat come 2022.

Khalwale has promised to campaign for the deputy president William Samoei to become president come 2022.

He is also a big critique of president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration. 

His post recieved mixed reactions here are some of their comments. 

 Hon Badman wrote "Nyinyi mlipotea njia.. yu ar just afta yua stomach mambo na kusaidia wanainchi hamjui,"

Ivy Sam wrote "Doctor Doctor Doctooooooor..... What was witnessed yesterday was typical SOIL EROSION only one the ENIGMA ~~~~ENGINEER can talk of EARTHQUAKE.... tuko pamoja????,"

Mwalimu Tonney says "Earthquake here is merely a combination of two terms: Earth, and Quake. One represents the name of the church Mudavadi goes to, the other represents what the other partners loves most. A coalition of land lover and a Quaker faithful,"

Venant Mwanga says "Now my question is that,will he Deputize William Ruto or will he be the flag bearer of their coalition or will he be just a spectator waiting for a Government slot when Ruto becomes president which is impossible, anyway all the best the Him bwana MDVD="

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