Western Kenya has a population of thirty thousand people. Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi has been chastised by members of Parliament from the Orange Democratic Movement, Jubilee, and the Democratic Alliance Party of Kenya (DAP-K) for joining Deputy President William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
The MPs declared that the action was not an option for economic development just hours after Ruto struck a deal with Mudavadi.
The pact has provoked a variety of reactions, the most famous of which being the One Kenya Alliance (OKA), which severed connections with Mudavadi as a result of the move.
“Unfortunately, we’ll have to split ways because some of his buddies aren’t our friends, and we don’t feel secure around them.”
“It’s time to move on, it’s time to put a stop to the unpleasant political games,” said Okango, who is also the Secretary General of the KANU. He wished Mudavadi well in his presidential bid, a statement that has raised fresh questions about OKA’s unity.