Deputy President William Ruto (UDA), Musalia Mudavadi (ANC), and Moses Wetangula (Ford-K) have held their first joint rally in Eldama Ravine, Baringo County ahead of their mega rally at ASK Ground in Nakuru County.
The three agreed to work together on Sunday during Mudavadi’s presidential launch.
“We have agreed to work with William Ruto to the end. This is not about seeking positions but working to better the lives of Kenyans,” Wetangula said.
Wetangula also announced that on Friday, he will convene a joint rally in Bungoma County for UDA, ANC, and Ford Kenya leaders.
On his part, Mudavadi also maintained that he will work with Ruto and that no one will change his mind.
“If you disagreed with Ruto, that’s for you. You cannot choose friends for us,” he said.
Mudavadi also answered Uhuru who is alleged to have told a section of Western Kenya leaders yesterday at State House that he was disappointed with his (Mudavadi) move to unite with Ruto.
“You have a right to be disappointed in me but Kenyans are more disappointed with you. You have burdened Kenyans with debt. Kenyans are tired,” Mudavadi said.