Former Statehouse employee and digital strategist Dennis Itumbi has taken a hilarious dig at One Kenya Alliance coalition partner Musalia Mudavadi for his Statement regarding the nickname of their alliance. The One Kenya Alliance has been nicknamed as 'cerelac coalition' by their opponents because it appears to have members who purportedly grew up in well up families. The alliance brought together KANU Chairman Gideon Moi, FORD Kenya leader Moses Wetangula, Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka and ANC Leader Musalia Mudavadi.
However, Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi, while being interviewed by one of daily publication revealed that the nickname given to them by their Political opponents cannot belittle or tarnish their alliance. The former Vice President said the nickname suits them because majority of Kenyans grew up on cerelac and cereals. The Statement, has made him receive backlash from Dennis Itumbi who feels that Mudavadi's remarks are like insults to the Hustlers.
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