Musalia Mudavadi's yesterday announcement at the Bomas of Kenya has been the subject of discussion for the better part of yesterday and today. Mudavadi who announced among other things that he will make partners ahead of the August 9 polls and that Azimio La Umoja is not an option to him has received backlash from a section of critics.
National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi has finally broken his silence after Mudavadi's announcement and has given a reason why he didn't attend the Bomas declaration. Muturi has said he was busy and pre occupied with other more important things than what Mudavadi paraded at Bomas and eventually invited deputy president William Ruto.
Muturi who has wished Mudavadi all the best has however stated that he will be on the losing end should he enter an agreement with the United Democratic Alliance party.
In a statement that has been released today by DP Ruto and his allies however, UDA has confirmed their partnership with ANC of Mudavadi.
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