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KALONZO, Moi walk out of Mudavadi Earthquake meeting

 Wiper Democratic Movement Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka and his KANU counterpart Gideon Moi have walked out of the Amani National Congress Party Annual Delegates Conference at the Bomas of Kenya. 

OKA leaders Gideon Moi and Kalonzo Musyoka leave Musalia Mudavadi's Earthquake meeting at Bomas of Kenya after learning DP Ruto would attend. Photo/COURTESY

According to multiple media reports, the duo left in a hush after they allegedly learned that Deputy President William Ruto was attending the event.  

This came even after Mudavadi, on his Facebook page shared photos of Kalonzo and Moi, as part of the leaders who graced his party’s endorsement to run for presidency in the August 9th polls.  

The duo are principals of One Kenya Alliance which is seemingly fighting for survival. Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula is the only OKA leader who remained in the meeting. In a video that has been widely circulated, the two are seen leaving together with the troubled ODM Presidential Aspirant Jimmy Wanjigi.  

The indication that Ruto would grace the event was evident when a battery of UDA-leaning leaders thronged the BOMAS auditorium.

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala would later claim that the much-anticipated ‘earthquake’ had already claimed two victims ostensibly referring to the two OKA leaders. The lawmaker criticised the two for getting annoyed after they learnt there were other guests who had been invited.

Malala was however quick to say the ANC party would woo the duo to work with Mudavadi ahead of the polls.  


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