Where Will You Take Us, Ruto Has System & Deep State – Mudavadi
Prime Cabinet Secretary, Musalia Mudavadi, urged Western Kenya leaders to unite behind President William Ruto as he reportedly had the deep state and the system.
While speaking at a prayer rally in Vihiga County, Mudavadi claimed that Ruto trounced both the deep state and the system while campaigning against his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta.
He thus warned Ruto’s critics that the head of state would win the 2027 General Election and that they should rally behind him.
“I am not a person who brags, but the truth is William Ruto defeated the system and the deep state in the last election. Now he has the system and the deep state.
From Left to Right: Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, Senate Speaker Amason Kingi and Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro at Faith Evangelistic Ministries on Sunday, November 20
William Samoei Ruto
“Why would you hang out there speaking ill of us? Where will you take us?” he paused while addressing the gathering at Kidundu Stadium.
Mudavadi, accompanied by Vihiga governor, Wilber Otichillo, argued that the ascension of Ruto was the beginning of a new dawn.
“We are sending a clear message: let this be a new dawn, a new beginning, as we forge together as a unit.
“The north star is the government that is in place now. This is where we should lay our support,” he argued.
Ottichilo expressed his readiness to foster a common front with the government, intimating that the election was over and it was time to focus on growing the economy.
“We now have a government that is led by President William Ruto, and our son, Musalia Mudavadi, is in that government. We will go wherever he directs us as he is our leader,” Ottichilo remarked.
Mudavadi’s call for unity came days after Ruto made a two-day visit to the region and reached out to local leaders pledging development projects and government appointments.
“I have not shifted goal posts, I still stand by my word. I will soon call the leaders from the Western Kenya region once I finalize the road map for the revival of Mumias Sugar Company so that we chart a way forward together,” Ruto declared.
He also emphasised the need for all leaders to rally together to achieve the developmental goals set for the people of Kenya.
President William Ruto and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi share a light moment during a meeting with elected leaders from Western Kenya on December 8, 2022.