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Mudavadi reveals the reason that made him change his mind and leave OKA.

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Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has ruled out the possibility of his politically determined decision to work with Vice President William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.

In a television interview on Monday, January 24, Mudavadi revealed that the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) was being used by foreign forces and that there was a secret agreement before the August general election.

Revealing the details of the secret plan, the former vice president stated that he felt OKA was being pushed and imprisoned to join the United Nations Declaration on Leaders of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM). , Raila Odinga.

He made it clear that he had been thinking about the future of OKA for several weeks before making a major announcement to work with UDA on Sunday January 23 in Bomas in Kenya.

“There was a belief that OKA should be chained and work with one political bloc – the Declaration. But all I can tell you is that I stuck and made my decision,” Mudavadi said.

He added: “Obviously there are people who do not want to see free and fair elections trying to influence the voting process. Some people do everything to create the next generation. “

However Musalia clarified that OKA had not collapsed, but clarified that he had informed fellow directors Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper), Senator Gideon Moi (Kanu), Moses Wetang’ula and politician Cyrus Jirongo about Ruto’s invitation. to the National Assembly (NDC).

“I called some of them and told them that this other guest (Ruto) also had to come and it was up to them to decide whether to come or not. We must defend the freedom of association. Be free for people to participate freely,” Mudavadi said.

Mudavadi went on to claim that he was shocked when fellow directors walked out of his meeting.

“When KANU invited the ODM chief to their NDC, they did not tell me; When Wiper invited ODM, we finally found out. It was their right to choose who to invite. If this is your job, you can choose to invite me or not, ”Mudavadi lamented.

“What made us appreciate the earthquake is that in life you may decide to throw a stone at a pond to see what comes out. I saw anxious people. Respect.”

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