Ruto explains why he went to Malala’s event uninvited.

Vice President William Ruto rose to political prominence during a surprise visit to the Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala Games, held on Friday, December 31 in Mumias.

Speaking to Malala, Ruto claimed he had asked for permission from his boss, National Congress Party (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi before honoring the occasion.

The DP also assured Malala that he did not need a specific protocol or treatment to be seen.

“I want to thank Cleophas Malala for organizing the Super Cup. I saw the talent here and I want to thank you once again, as a prostitute, I will help you in this business.”

“I also want to thank Musalia Mudavadi for helping Malala start the tournament, I know Malala is wondering why I came out of the blue, just know there is a league that Musalia is playing you are still there, permission. I got it from Musalia Mudavadi, so don’t worry, “Ruto said cheerfully from the cheering crowd.

In an effort to impress the western region, the DP has reiterated its intention to work with ANC boss and Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula, dismissing rumors of a possible pre-election OKA-ODM agreement.

“Would you like Mudavadi to work with a swindler or a model person?” Ruto asked the crowd a question.

Malala, in response, noted that in order to work with the United Democratic Alliance Ruto team, the DP will have to protect the interests of the western region.

The political situation in the western region was full of controversy as Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga showed strength as they camped in the area.

Odinga attended the busy Bukhungu II rally where a number of MPs rebelled against the United Nations Declaration.

These include Benard Shinner of Ikolomani, Godfrey Osotsi, named Oku Kaunya, Teso North, Emanuel Wangwe Navakholo and ANC deputy chief Ayub Savula.

However, the presence of Odinga and his force in Kakamega appears to have dispersed OKA leaders, Mudavadi and Wetangula reportedly disappearing.

Mudavadi, who was supposed to be the guest of honor at the Malala event, was reportedly in Mombasa, with Wetangula claiming to be concerned with his party’s newspaper before rejecting the event, led by Francis Atwoli.

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