Dp Ruto and Mudavadi, Photo Courtesy
According to the political signals that are already there, most Kenyans are asking whether the deputy president William Ruto and the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi are planning on an alliance ahead of 2022 general elections.
On the day when the government of Kenya replaced William Ruto's security, Johnson Sakaja, the senator for Nairobi, came out strongly to condemn the government. That was not by coincidence.
Off late, Johnson Sakaja is working very closely with Musalia Mudavadi. He has declared in 2022, he is going to support Musalia Mudavadi. Therefore he is now one of the key advisors of Musalia Mudavadi. So the statement he made, was telling.
Similarly, Cleophas Malala, the senator for Kakamega is nowadays a close ally to Musalia Mudavadi. He also has a relationship with the deputy president William Ruto and the TangaTanga. Therefore there is a chance that Musalia Mudavadi is working very closely with the deputy president William Ruto.
I strongly believe that Musalia Mudavadi will bring both the Luyha votes to William Ruto's camp and the perceptional value to Ruto's team.
I don't know what you think but that's my take. Do you think Musalia Mudavadi is likely to join forces with the deputy president William Ruto ahead of the 2022 general elections? Leave your comment below and remember to click the follow button and share this article.
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