Mudavadi was later discovered to have failed to inform his OKA principals about Ruto's invitation to his gathering. This is despite the fact that the alliance's four principals are equal stockholders and were anticipated to announce their presidential candidate in the coming days.
Kalonzo, Jimmy Wanjigi, and Gideon Moi allegedly sensed something was wrong when photographs of the UDA brigade began circulating on social media hailing Musalia Mudavadi for his audacious decision to join Ruto in his UDA outfit.
Moments later, they noticed several Ruto-aligned leaders streaming into the event's venue, and that's when he broke loose, forcing them to depart and flee the place. This is despite Moses Wetangula's attempts to persuade them to remain and watch the event.
Kalonzo has severed ties with Musalia, and the nation now awaits word on what will happen to the OKA principals who have been left in the cold.
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