Amani National Congress Party leader Musalia Mudavadi is on the receiving end after residents from Malava Constituency in Kakamega County yesterday vowed to support DP William Ruto as the fifth president of Kenya.
In a video that has since gone viral, the residents alleged that Musalia has for the longest time abandoned them when they wanted his support until Deputy President William Ruto stepped in.
"Musalia Mudavadi is yet to visit this area even after the death of some of the citizens here, we will be giving Ruto all our 100,000 votes for all he has done for us.." said one of the residents.
Ruto is eyeing to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta next year in an anticipated tough race if the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga would be on the ballot.
Musalia Mudavadi is now a member of the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) which has been rumored to be getting support from the Office of the President, with Musalia-Gideon Moi's presidential ticket being fronted.
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