May 27, 2022


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Ruto to Mudavadi: Let your earthquake announcement end politics of deceit

Deputy president William Ruto has called on Amani National congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi to ensure that his big announcement will help to bring unity and harmony across the Country.

DP Ruto said this while attending a church service in Kajiado.

He said that, he is hoping that, the alleged earthquake announcement will eliminate the politics of deceit and hatred that has been in Kenya politics.

“I can to church earlier today because our political friend Musalia Mudavadi promised earthquake today, am hoping it will eliminate the politics of deceit and build Kenya that is more united,” Ruto said.

The earthquake: Mudavadi's big day at Bomas - KBC

Musalia Mudavadi is expected to host more than 3000 delegates at the Bomas of Kenya where he is expected to announce his presidential bid.

Musalia is expected to be accompanied by OKA team and more than 100 political leaders from UDA party allied to deputy president William Ruto.

Omong those expected from UDA 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.

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Others in the list includes, Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper), Moses Wetangula (Ford-Kenya) and Gideon Moi (Kanu), Narc Kenya Party leader Martha Karua and Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader William Kabogo.

Kabogo has been close friend to Musalia Mudavadi in the last two months to an extent of visiting each other.

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

UDA Brigade Attends Musalia Mudavadi's Earthquake ANC Convention at Bomas -

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

 ODM leader Raila Odinga whom Musalia termed as a competitor won’t attend today event.