Fresh details have emerged that the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi is not sitting pretty ahead of Ruto's Cabinet Appointments. It has emerged that the deadline for his appointment as prime minister has elapsed and the government seems to have gone off and made radical moves without his inputs.
Here is a link: https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/breakfast-briefing/2022-09-26-the-news-brief-jitters-in-musalia-camp-as-job-deadline-lapses/
According to some of his allies, the ANC party leader seems isolated because he failed to deliver 70 percent of the votes required. It has emerged that the ANC party leader is unlikely to get 30 percent share as per the agreement.
Some of the allies of Musalia Mudavadi feel that their leader has been sidelined in decision making in the country. Some of the government orders and directives are read by Musalia Mudavadi in the media just like the rest of Kenyans.
This issue has left most of Musalia Mudavadi allies speaking in low tones careful not to let the cat out of bag. There are fears that Musalia Mudavadi might be pushed to the corner and become powerless in Ruto's administration.
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