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UDA MP Gakuya warns Mudavadi against folding ANC party to join UDA, proposes ANC- FORD Kenya merger

MP James Gakuya during live morning show at TV 47 Kenya.

Last week, Chama Cha Kazi party leader Moses Kuria initiated plans to merge his party with UDA party led by president William Ruto days after his nominations to the cabinet.

Embakasi North member of parliament James Gakuya has today warned prime cabinet secretary designate Musalia Mudavadi against following Moses Kuria's move and fold his ANC party to join UDA party.

The second term serving legislator on a UDA party stated that the merge between ANC and UDA party will end Musalia Mudavadi political career. He cited the decision as a political suicide.

Legislator James Gakuya was speaking today during live morning Cafe show at TV 47 Kenya television.

" Musalia Mudavadi has attempted many political suicides but if he foods his party and joins UDA that will be the end of his political career" said Embakasi North legislator James Gakuya in the live interview.

Mr. Gakuya advised the former deputy prime minister to convince his FORD Kenya party counterpart, national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula and merge their two political parties and form one strong party of Western region.

" Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula should convince their political parties secretariat and form one strong political party of Western region which can be the bargain machine for Western Kenya" added legislator James Gakuya.

Western region is largely dominated by ODM party led by former prime minister Raila Odinga. The Odinga led political outfit won majority of elective seats in the just concluded August general election.

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