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"Mudavadi Was VP When Ruto Was Still In His Political Diapers" Francis Atwoli Told By Makau Mutua

Deputy President William Ruto has been campaigning for very many years in the country. He wants to become the next President of the nation and for that reason, he has not been resting. Although Ruto has been trying his best, to lure as many people as possible to support him, some people like Francis Atwoli, Mutahi Ngunyi, Makau Mutua and others have still been attacking him constantly.

Just like other days, Professor Makau Mutua was back on it again as he dropped his latest statement. Mutua is a great ally of Raila Odinga has been claiming that this time Baba is going to sit on the presidential seat and today, he dropped a strong statement that may end up changing Musalia Mudavadi and his supporters minds about joining DP William Ruto. Through his official twitter account, the American based lawyer stated that in 2002, Musalia Mudavadi was the vice president when Deputy President William Ruto was still very young in the field of politics. For that reason, it doesn't make sense according to Makau Mutua that Mudavadi can end up deputizing Ruto 20 years later.

Professor Makau Mutua disputed the possibility of the ANC party leader joining the DP before he went ahead to tell Francis Atwoli that the move should not be accepted by the Luhya nation. "Amani’s @MusaliaMudavadi was Vice President in 2002 when DP @WilliamsRuto was still in his political diapers. How then can he deputize his junior from Sugoi twenty years later. The Mulembe Nation must say nyet! What do you say @AtwoliDza?" Tweeted Professor Makau Mutua.

Although Makau Mutua also asked Francis Atwoli for his comments, it is clear enough that the COTU boss won't support the idea of Musalia Mudavadi working with Ruto. Atwoli made it clear that he is in Azimio and for that reason, Luhyas should join him there.

Here is the link of the tweet showing Makau Mutua claiming that Mudavadi should not join Ruto.

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