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DP Ruto Witnesses Musalia Muavadi’s ‘Earthquake’ At Bomas of Kenya

DP William Ruto at Bomas of Kenya (Credit: KBC)

Musalia Mudavadi’s promised political earthquake has finally happened and political shockwaves can still be felt countrywide.

Deputy President William Ruto’s arrival at the event also caused a major tremor that forced Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka and KANU’s Gideon Moi ‘scamper for safety’. The two left the venue hastily upon the arrival of DP William Ruto.

Musalia Mudavadi (Credit: KBC)

During the conference, Mudavadi highlighted the following issues;

1. That Kenyans to reject political projects; this sent the entire Bomas of Kenya into a frenzy of celebrations. DP William Ruto acknowledged Mudavadi’s powerful pronouncement by standing and clapping passionately.

2. That Kenya has been auctioned to cartels.

3. That Kenya is on the verge of bankruptcy for over-borrowing and corruption.

4. That he will be vying for Presidency in the forthcoming August polls.

5. There will be no partnership with Azimio la Umoja. Upon this pronunciation, the crowd burst into a popular “Luwele” song (All is over with Azimio la Umoja).

6. That ANC will work with like-minded partners; hence, pointing to a new political formation with UDA Party.

7. That strategic sectors such as Health, Agriculture, Education, Energy, and Security are either dead or in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

UDA Party observed that Mudavadi’s slogan, “Uchumi Bora, Pesa Mfukoni” resonates well with their “Bottom Up Economy.” Consequently, they promised to work together in the coming elections.

The event was graced by more than 150 Members of Parliament, Governors, Senators, other politicians, invited guests, and Wananchi.

Cleophas Malala

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala, Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja, Kandara MP Alice Wahome, Rigathi Gachagua, Governor Ann Waiguru, and Aden Duale were among the few politicians who were given the opportunity to address delegates at the conference.

Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru

Ford Kenya's Moses Wetangula lightened up the event with his witty proverbs.

From a political point of view, a new political outfit has been born and probably One Kenya Alliance is dead.

The promised ‘earthquake’ has finally occurred. Are you feeling the shockwaves? Post your thoughts in the comments section.

In case you didn't read our earlier prediction about Mudavadi's political earthquake, then follow the link below;

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