Today the much awaited Earthquake event hosted by the Amani National Congress ANC party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi finally happened. The presidential hopeful has been hyping about this event as he was set to make a major announcement concerning the forthcoming August 9 polls.
In today's event Musalia Mudavadi finally declared his presidential bid as he launched the party manifesto. What however caught many by surprise was the presence of Deputy President William Ruto who stormed the venue with close to 20 leaders allied to his UDA party.
This however did not go down well with a section of the One Kenya Alliance OKA principals who stormed out of the event shortly after the learnt that Ruto was on his way to Bomas.
Following that dramatic exit of the said leaders, a video clip has emerged of FORD Kenya's Moses Wetangula trying to beg the leaders from leaving the event. From the clip, Wetangula is seen trying to convince Gideon Moi to stay back but the KANU leader pushes him away and proceeds to his car. Weta is seen also holding Kalonzo Musyoka's hand but the WIPER leader also follows what Gideon Moi did.
Below is the link of the video as captured by Citizen TV.
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