Shortly after attending Amani National Congress' National Delegates Meeting at the Bomas of Kenya, Deputy President William Ruto's allies and who are supporting United Democratic Alliance had the opportunity of addressing the ANC delegates.
Speaking outside the Bomas of Kenya, led by Laikipia Woman Representative Cate Waruguru and Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro, the UDA brigade welcomed the move saying that it will shape the political space of the country ahead of the August elections.
Waruguru alleged that their critics and more so the leaders supporting the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga under the Azimio La Umoja initiative will not 'sleep' owing to the firm political decision Mudavadi took.
"We are saying Ruto, Weta and Musalia Tosha. They will be able to defeat Mr. Odinga. He will not sleep today. Let the leaders work together and streamline the economy of our country," said Waruguru.
On his opinion, Nyoro stated that the leaders who will be forming the next administration in August were at Bomas.
Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and also Tujibebe Wakenya boss William Kabogo were in attendance, promising to walks towards the polls with Mudavadi after he was endorsed y his party as their presidential candidate.
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