KANU party leader Gideon Moi and his counterpart WIPER leader Kalonzo Musyoka have come out and made their remarks about Ruto's presence in Musalia's earthquake moment at Bomas of Kenya. According to the two OKA coalition principals, they were not expecting Ruto to attend the event as they were not ready to work with him nor join him.
Kalonzo and Gideon left Bomas of Kenya immediately Ruto's allies arrived revealing that Ruto was on his way there. Through their message to the press, Gideon said that he was not happy about Musalia's decision to invite their competitor at Bomas. He added that he will make it clear to the public his next move after what had happened on Sunday.
On the other side, Kalonzo said that it was a big betrayal from their co-principals who decided to join UDA but also promised to his move very soon. Gideon and Kalonzo are said to be secretly seeing ODM party leader signaling their interest of joining him. The question at hand is, will they join Raila or keep going by themselves? What is your opinion?
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