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Kenyans Now Told What's Going to Happen to Mudavadi, Weta if They Don't Keep Their Promise to Ruto

African National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenyan colleague Moses Wetangula have no choice but to defeat Democrat William Ruto in western Kenya, political commentator Barrack Muluka said

The two reportedly agreed to put 70% of the region into Ruto's basket in exchange for 30% of his government and the positions of Chief Cabinet Secretary and Speaker of Parliament. 

 Muluka fully understands that the political arena and their future in western Kenya will depend on fares at Kwanza Camp in Kenya, so what the pair actually needs to offer is Say you'll do anything.  

He claims they know that failure will deplete them politically, which will obviously try to avoid it. At the same time, he admits that with hard work they can even offer up to 80 percent. 

"In the next few days, you'll see Azimio La Umoja and Kenya Kwanza trying to outperform each other with western and central teams," said Muluka from the region. I told Standard. 

For him, Railas Pointmen; Governor of Kakamega, Wikli Feo Paranya and Defense CS Eugene Wamalwa are weak in western Kenya and unable to catch up with Mudavadi, and Wetangula duo Wamalwa wins a seat as a member of Saboti. I can't, and I have a responsibility to escape to Muda Buddy. The Jubilee Government, "he added.

Mudavadi was seen dismissing the idea that he couldn't deliver 70% to Ruto and actually delivering 90%.

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