ANC Deputy Party Leader Ayub Savula defects to Eugene Wamalwa’s DAP-K party; to vie for the Kakamega gubernatorial seat. Just few hours to Musalia Mudavadi's big announcement that was to take place in Bomas of Kenya.
MP Ayub Savula dumped the the One Kenya Alliance Coalition and join the Azimio La Umoja at the Bukhungu Stadium declaration last month, only to defects again to the newly formed DAP-k party that is associated with Eugene Wamalwa who has declared Raila Odinga as his Preferred Presidential candidate ahead of this year's Presidential elections.
the former deputy prime minister Hon Musalia Mudavadi was to make his big announcement tomorrow about his position ahead of this year's Presidential elections. From the rumours going rounds is that Musalia Mudavadi might be joining the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in Musalia Mudavadi's big announcement if he will be joining the hustler movement or not.
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