This is after the former Deputy Prime Minister decided to team up with the deputy president William Ruto who is president Uhuru Kenyatta's estranged Deputy.
He has also revealed that both Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Masika Wetangula had taken him for a ride since all the meetings they had been having they were pretending to support him.
"The President was clear that we do everything possible to consolidate Western Kenya behind Azimio la Umoja because that is the political direction of the country,” Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya told the Star.
This comes as a huge blow to the two leaders who were not present in a State House meeting that had been convened by the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta and top Western Kenya region leaders.
Musalia Mudavadi will be expected to join the deputy president William Ruto in Nakuru on Wednesday fir a top meeting and they will be expected to address the new details that have been released by the Head of State and other western Kenya region leaders.
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