Musalia Mudavadi Forced To Wait Longer In Traffic On His Earthquake Day As Matatu Drivers Refuse To Give Way

KEY POINTS

  • Amani national Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi was forced to wait longer in a huge traffic jam on the day of his earthquake.
  • Musalia Mudavadi had left for Bomas but all was not well as other Kenyan motorists refused to give way to the ANC leader to pass.
  • Musalia Mudavadi is set to shake Kenya with one of the biggest earthquakes since independence if his words are anything to go by.

Amani national Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi was forced to wait longer in a huge traffic jam on the day of his earthquake.

Musalia Mudavadi had left for Bomas but all was not well as other Kenyan motorists refused to give way to the ANC leader to pass.

As a result, his security details were forced to come out of their vehicle to beg the Kenyan motorists to give way for the OKA principal to pass. He was finally lucky as they allowed him to maneuver his way in between.

Musalia Mudavadi is set to shake Kenya with one of the biggest earthquakes since independence if his words are anything to go by. Mr. Mudavadi termed his big day today as “a declaration that would cause an earthquake in the country.”

Consequently, Sonko Reporters at Bomas have reported that delegates and supporters of the Amani National Congress (ANC) party are pouring in at the building in preparation for the big announcement by their political leader which is set to shake Kenya from Garissa to the Coastal side of Mombasa.

Dressed in green ANC branded tshirts, the supporters sang Luhya praise songs on their way to the Bomas of Kenya.

Over the weekend, the Amani national Congress leadership led by Mudavadi toured the venue just to confirm whether it was ready for the scheduled meeting. On his side, the ANC secretary general Simon Kamau urged Kenyans to brace themselves for the ANC convention that would be like no other

“Tomorrow we are expecting earthquake at Bomas of Kenya. It’s going to be the mother of all campaigns and all National Delegates Congress we have had in the country,” he said.

The secretary general further made it clear that their party would stand its ground when negotiating with other like minded parties to form political coalitions ahead of the 2022 general elections.

In the meantime, there have been rumors that deputy president William Samoei is working closely with the Amani National Congress (ANC) leader to completely destroy and bring down the One Kenya Alliance.

At the heart of the matter according to Citizen Weekly is Wiliam Ruto’s plan to wrestle control of the Luhya Nation from Raila Odinga by using Musalia Mudavadi to divide the community which has about four million voters.

The local publication added that Ruto’s fear is that if Mudavadi is not in the 2022 presidential race, then the Luhya vote bloc will lean towards the ODM leader going by the current defection of Luhya MPS in Ford Kenya and  and ANC towards the Azimio as recently witnessed in the Bukhungu stadium in a rally that was organized by Mr. Atwoli.

To further woo Mr. Musalia Mudavadi, the deputy president, has further promised him the chief minister’s post in his government which is equivalent to the Prime Minister, with other sources revealing that some power barons at statehouse uncomfortable with Raila’s presidency are fully behind the power deal between Ruto and Mudavadi.

A few days ago, Musalia’s efforts to divide Luhyas and the One Kenya Alliance were at play when he skipped an important meeting in Naivasha which was meant to consider a report on its possible presidential candidate.

According to political analysts, Musalia Mudavadi may deny Raila Odinga votes in some Western regions, something which may lead to the possibility of a run-off after the general election.

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula, KANU chairman Gideon Moi and ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi were to consider the report on who among them was best suited to be their One Kenya Alliance (OKA) flagbearer.

According to Citizen weekly, the report was prepared by the technical committee that comprises a number of leaders namely Kakamega senator cleophas Malala and Nairobi senator Johnson sakaja representing Musalia, Kitui senator Enock Wambua, Mutula Kilonzo Junior and Fafi MP Abdikarim Ousman representing kalonzo Musyoka.

On the other hand, Moses Wetagula was represented by Kiminini MP Chris wamalwa and Ford Kenya organizing secretary Mandu Mandu. Finally, Baringo senator Gideon Moi was represented  by Tiaty legislator William kamket.

The technical team had prepared a report on possible scenarios on who was best suited to take on DP Ruto and Raila Odinga in the August polls.

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