Musalia Mudavadi has promised to deliver 90% of votes in the August 9 polls contrary to the 70%, he assured Deputy President William Ruto of massive votes. Kenya Kwanza required Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula to bring 70% of the votes so as to get 30% of government resources , cabinet and ambassadorial appointments.
Mudavadi stated their support for Honorable Raila Odinga in the previous elections saw him garner many votes equivalent to what they are promising Kenya Kwanza leader Deputy President William Ruto, He added that the tides have changed in Western Kenya and the region is ready to deliver massive votes to the deputy president.
Speaking in Kiambu Mudavadi said they supported Raila Odinga but he left them hanging and now its time for Kenya Kwanza to carry the day. Musalia will be handed the chief cabinet minister position while Wetangula will be the National Assembly speaker if they deliver the 70% votes target.
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