Sonko News has learnt that the Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has given a warning shot to Kenya Kwanza that their presidential flag bearer William Ruto may lose the election to the Azimio candidate Raila Odinga.
According to Citizen Weekly, Musalia Mudavadi camp is feeling isolated as William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA) plays the big boy political syndrome by bullying the other affiliate parties as if they are less important.
Recently in Vihiga county, there were commotions in Kenya Kwanza rallies with reports indicating that this was caused by the move to sideline leaders allied to the Musalia Mudavadi’s ANC party.
So serious was the melee that the deputy president got angry and exchanged with a young man who was putting on ANC clothes. Infact, it is said that Ruto was also annoyed in Vihiga because Musalia was missing in action. The ANC leader reportedly went outside the country under unclear circumstances, something which is being seen by many political analysts as a way of avoiding Kenya Kwanza campaigns.
That Musalia could decide to travel at this critical moment in the presidential campaigns has left many Kenyans wondering if the son from Mulembe nation is happy.
Citizen further reported that a source with Musalia Mudavadi Center in Riverside revealed that the party leader feels betrayed more so after Ruto picked Turukana governor Joseph Nanok as head of his campaign secretariat. The move is said to have annoyed Mudavadi because he expected to be the secretariat having missed the running mate position.
In fact, Musalia at one point went back to Vihiga to cry for his people that his own ANC candidate in Sabatia was likely to be defeated by Clement Shiloya of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA). To make it worse for Mudavadi, Ruto is said to be secretly sponsoring former governor Moses Akaranga in Vihiga to face Musalia’s man Alfred Agoi.