Prime Cabinet Secretary Hon Musalia Mudavadi has today said that they had total respect for President William Ruto during the signing of the Kenya Kwanza Agreement but it now seems that things aren't flowing the way they were meant to be. This he said even as he admitted that there is a worrying trend in KKA where UDA leaders want to field their candidates even in places where ANC and FORD-K have support.
Speaking on Sunday as per reports by KTN News where he said it is Sad that a group of rogue elements who are likely to mis advise (Politically) Ruto has emerged, the Ex-ANC Party Leader has said that the decision to field a candidate in the upcoming Bungoma Senatorial By-election wasn't necessary owing to what All Kenya Kwanza Parties signed at the beginning of this year.
"Before we signed this thing we had total respect for our head of state but it seems like some people are busy misleading him. We have avoided posting candidates in their camps, but then they want our one and only son Wafula to miss this thing...." Mudavadi Laments.
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