John Mbadi (L) and DP William Ruto (R)
John Mbadi is a Kenyan politician from the Lake Side Region of Kenya. He is the current serving National chairperson of the Orange Democratic Movement party of Kenya. He is also the current sitting Suba South Constituency Member of Parliament having maintained his seat since the hotly contested 2007 general elections.
Hon John Mbadi has broken his silence after Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto's Western Kenya region rallies admitting that the ground in the region has shifted. According to KTN News Kenya, Hon John Mbadi publicly said that in as much as DP William Ruto's camp cannot admit it, the reception UDA, ANC and Ford Kenya received in Western Kenya is not what they expected. The ground has shifted in favor of Azimio La Umoja Movement.
"John Mbadi: They may not admit it but the reception UDA, ANC and Ford Kenya received in Western Kenya is not what they expected. The ground has shifted." Tweeted by KTN News Kenya
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