The UDA party also said that they will hold joint rallies with Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula across the country,ahead of the August general elections.
And now it has emerged that Musalia Mudavadi has a working agreement with President Uhuru Kenyatta,to support Raila Odinga in the August presidential elections.
Ayub Savula,who was once the ANC party leader,revealed the agreement.The Lugari MP further revealed that he went with Wamalwa and informed Raila,to talk to Uhuru to have Musalia as his(Raila's) running mate.
Uhuru is said to have agreed to the deal but in return,half of government positions was to be given to Mount Kenya region,since the position of running mate was to be given to Musalia Mudavadi.
Savula said Musalia however, informed him later that he should go slow on his attempts to broker a unity deal with Raila Odinga.
Should the agreement stand,it will be a big blow to DP Ruto as he has already announced he will join hands with Musalia.
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