Was Speaker Justin Muturi the third victim of Mudavadi’s earthquake?

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National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi may have been another victim of Musalia Mudavadi’s earthquake.

Mr Muturi has come out to claim that his failure to attend Mudavadi’s earthquake event at the Bomas of Kenya was intentional.

The Speaker had earlier flaunted his invitation card to the event on social media, confirming his attendance.

But come the day of the earthquake, he was nowhere to be seen.

And a day after the event, Muturi disclosed through his twitter handle that his failure to attend the event followed intelligence that Deputy President William Ruto would be in attendance.

“I did not attend ANC NDC as we were surprised that WSR would attend and MM did not have the courtesy to inform us, making us very suspicious of what they would declare and correctly we have seen the formation of another coalition with WSR, which we have never discussed at any time,” posted Muturi.

One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals Gedeon Moi and Kalonzo Musyoka had to leave the event unceremoniously after learning of Ruto’s planned attendance.

They too broke ranks with Mudavadi, claiming they were not informed of the planned merger with Ruto.

And during his speech, Mudavadi confirmed that he was unpredictable, with his close ally, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala confirming that the two OKA principals were the first casualties of the earthquake.

May be Muturi was the third victim.

Kevine Omollo
Kevine Omollo
Lake Region Bulletin is your one stop multi-media platform for news from Lake Region Counties of Kisumu, Siaya, Homa Bay, Migori, Kisii, Nyamira, Vihiga, Kakamega, Busia, Bungoma, Trans Nzoia, Nandi, Kericho and Bomet. Email: komollo@lakeregionbulletin.co.ke omollokevine@gmail.com

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