The ongoing political allingnments in the country is a clear indication of a nation that is going to democratically elect leaders in the coming general elections. The Amani National Congress party of Kenya led by Musalia Mudavadi had promised to make a major Earthquake political statement today meant to shake the entire political class. The party had earlier clarified that their competitors in the presidential position were not welcome and no invitation was extended to them.
Didmum Baraza a strong supporter of United democratic alliance party of Kenya led by William Ruto has graced the event in a matching outfits of ANC. Baraza was accompanied by Nelson Havi who is also another strong supporter of the deputy president of Kenya.
The appearance of there two individuals has opened a new conversation among the political class. The appearance of these two individuals has been projected as a possible coalition between the two parties.
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