Musalia Mudavadi's mega rally in the Bomas of Kenya was really an earthquake like he had said it will be. The rally actually surpassed the expectations of many Kenyans since very few people anticipated such a number to turn out for the meeting.
Among those that attended was UDA boss deputy president William Ruto. Governor Nanok was also present and when given a chance to address the people, he urged all leaders to put their differences aside and act like Ruto and Mudavadi had come together for the good of the people. He also told those opposing the team up to get ready for more earthquakes like the one they saw today.
"I urge all those that are leaders that have not made the decision to make that decision and join this winning team. Ile tumeona leo ni earthquake ya kwanza Kwa kipimo inayoitwa political reistace hiyo ni hamsini na tano. Tunangoja earthquake ya pili, na ya tatu na ya nne ambayo itatufikisha 70," Nanok said.
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