It's Game Over, Musalia Mudavadi Tells Off Dp Ruto's Camp To Embrace Future
By Msafill | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 26 views
Today has been a very long and frustrating day for Tangatanga wing of leaders when the county assemblies decided to anonymously pass the building bridges initiative report. Raila Odinga who is the key campaigner of the report dubbed the day as "super Tuesday" taking to his social media how happy he was.
Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi has called upon tangatanga leaders to deal with the reality that the report has been received and embraced by the counties.
While speaking to Citizen tv in an exclusive interview,Musalia said that the leaders who were opposing the report should now embrace the future as the game is now over.
"I think the game is now over for the opposers of the report. What they should do is to embrace the future and plan for it." He said.
Musalia also said that the report is build to solve the governance issues witnessed in the country and it will provide for a good leadership.
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