May 27, 2022

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Over 100 Ruto allied MPs to attend Musalia Mudavadi earthquake event

Over 100 MPs from Deputy president William Ruto United Democratic party are today expected to attend ANC party national delegate meetings at Bomas of Kenya.

The event is expected to bring together supporters who are Mudavadi like-minded where they will be expected to endorse him to form a coalition with other parties.

From UDA, leaders expected to the meeting includes Kandara MP Alice Wahome, Embakasi west George Theuri, John Kiarie (Dagoretti North and Kipchumba Murkomen, Ann Waiguru, Aisha Jumwa, Oscar Sudi and Turkana governor Joseph Nanok among others.

Nairobi senator Johnstone Sakaja is also expected to attend the event.

Mudavadi's 'earthquake' NDC kicks off at Bomas

During a church service in Kajiado, deputy president William Ruto asked Musalia to ensure that his event will bring peace and harmony.

He didn’t reveal whether he will attend.

“I came to church earlier today because our brother promised earth quake today and I pray it will be peaceful to heal the Country, ”Ruto said.

Others includes National Assembly Speaker, Justine Muturi, who was recently pictured with Mudavadi at his home.

One Kenya Alliance co-principals, Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper), Moses Wetangula (Ford-Kenya) and Gideon Moi (Kanu), Narc Kenya Party leader Martha Karua and Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader William Kabogo are some of the leaders expected.

According to a reliable source, Musalia is today expected to seek a mandate from his party delegates to vie for the presidency on August 9th.

Kalonzo and Moi were endorsed by their respective parties, Wiper and KANU respectively, to run for the presidency.

“Our party leader Musalia Mudavadi will attend unveils his presidential bid just like what Kalonzo Musyoka did last months, then he will form a coalition with like-minded politicians to ally ahead of August, “he said.

PHOTOS) ANC supporters troop to Bomas ahead of Mudavadi declaration

he ANC national delegates conference is expected to house more than 3000 members at Bomas of Kenya.

Branch officials from the Mount Kenya region are also expected led by former Maragua MP Peter Kamande Wambuku.

While addressing a rally in Nyamira on Sunday, Mudavadi asked his supporters to be patient and wait for his major announcement.

Mudavadi is also expected to unveil his party manifesto, which will emphasise the need to streamline the implementation of CBC.

The ANC party leader will take the opportunity to explain his Pesa mfukoni economic model and the political roadmap to the August 9 elections.

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala recently said that the chances of Musalia joining deputy president are at a higher gear.

On Saturday, several leaders from ANC visited Bomas ground to ascertain everything is in order.

Lugari member of parliament Ayyub savula who was ANC deputy party leader defected and joined DAP-K that has close links with cabinet secretary Ayyub Savula.

The party has accused Savula of betraying Musalia Mudavadi who has built his political career from grass.

Savula said that his reasons to defect from the party is because Musalia is planning to work with deputy president William Ruto.