Amani National Congress Party leader Musalia Mudavadi has been warned of end of his 30 years political career if he dare make a move same as what Moses Kuria did. Moses kuria dissolved his party and joined President William Ruto upon being nominated as Cabinet Secretary (CS). Kenyan constitutional law doesn't allow a CS to own a party.
While speaking on TV47, Embakasi North legislator James Gakuya warned Musalia Mudavadi of political suicide if he will follow Moses Kuria's footsteps. He argued that would mark the end of Musalia Mudavadi's political career that has a span life of over 30 years now.
Further, Gakuya said that the Chief Cabinet Secretary (CCS) nominee has done many political mistakes but folding his ANC party to join Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) would be the mother of all his political career suicide.
However, he gave Musalia a better piece of advice. Gakuya said the CCS nominee should join hands with Moses Wetangula who is the speaker of National Assembly to form a better party for Western regions. James added that the formed party will be used as bargaining machine for Western people.
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