It’s time to part ways – OKA principals drop Mudavadi over UDA link

Wiper OKA leaders Whip Kalonzo Musyoka and Gideon Moi have parted ways with ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi over the relationship between the leader and Vice President William Ruto.

In a statement on Sunday, the directors said it was “time to end political corruption.”

“We (OKA) came out of the Mudavadi ‘earthquake’ meeting today. Our directors, with respect, honored his invitation as co-chair to attend the Bomas ceremony and congratulated him on his ‘nomination by his party to make more friends,'” a spokesman said. of OKA Fredrick Okango.

“Unfortunately we have to leave as some of his friends are not our friends and we are not safe with them so we are moving to higher places where Kenyans are safer.”

He added, “It is time to move on, it is time to put an end to dirty political games. We would like to wish Mudavadi every success as he joins his other allies. There is no room for ruin.”

Businessman Jimi Wanjigi, Senator Moi, Kalonzo shocked Kenyans when they were seen coming out of the conference hall.

They reportedly changed their minds at the last minute following reports that DP Ruto was there.

Ruto’s allies also appeared at the Mudavadi conference in Bomas, signaling the possibility of a coalition with the UDA.

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