Charity Kaluki Ngilu, the governor of Kitui, is one of the politicians who has reacted to Musalia Mudavadi’s incriminating accusation against the government made on Sunday at the ANC National Delegates Conference in Bomas, Kenya.
The ANC Party leader slammed President Uhuru’s government for the country’s growing debt and high cost of living in his speech. He also identified the Handshake partners as the true graft lords.
Mudavadi believes he is in a better position to solve the country’s challenges. He also stated his desire to collaborate with Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto in order to achieve common aims.
In response to the ANC Party leaders’ incriminating statement, Ngilu said it was ironic that Musalia chose Ruto to provide remedies to problems that she believes are caused by the DP.
Ngilu could be reacting to a joke on social media by scholar Prof. Makau Mutua that Musalia Mudavadi studied Land Economics at university and would make a wonderful companion for Ruto, who has an innate interest in land.
On his part, COTU Secretary-General Francis Atwoli said Mudavadi had embarrassed the Luhya community by allowing his National Delegates Convention to be funded by Dr. Ruto who runs a completely different political outfit, UDA.
Meanwhile, Suna East MP Junet Mohammed tweeted:
“Only earthquake I’ve felt here in Nakuru is the walkout by Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka and Hon. Gideon Moi.”
Junet Mohammed was in Nakuru’s Kaptembwa neighborhood with Raila Odinga on a voter-gathering trip.
In some places, Mudavadi’s promised earthquake would be dismissed as a minor tremor. With the One Kenya Alliance irreversibly broken by Kalonzo Musyoka’s and Gideon Moi’s exits from the ANC event, it’s now up to DP Ruto’s UDA Party to make the most of their newfound alliance with the Amani National Congress Party.