Politics is gradually taking a new face characterized by surprise twist of events. This happens as various politicians adapt new political stands that most citizens least expected. Initially, we never expected that certain politicians will come together because of the political history behind them. However, recent details tells it all that in politics, everything is possible.
As we speak, Dennis Itumbi has just leaked details of highli classified Corporation Agreement between One Kenya Alliance leaders and ODM party leader, Raila Odinga. According to Itumbi's post, it was signed by Wetangula, Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka. It is said that Jirongo did the same thing to form what is basically NASA- reunited.
It is said that during the signing, Musalia Mudavadi refused to sign at first, it took intervention of Kalonzo to convince him so that he can sign. This tells it all that there are a number of silent political plans happening behind cameras in the country.
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