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Gachagua Out? Mudavadi Leak Details Earthquake Version 2.0

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Then DP Ruto and ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi having nice time in september 2021

Kenyans have been left speculating about the political future of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua. This comes after Prime Cabinet Secretary (PCS) Musalia Mudavadi hinted at a significant political shift, dubbed “Earthquake 2.0,” in the upcoming 2027 elections.

While acknowledging the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) as the principal party in the Kenya Kwanza administration, Mudavadi asserted that his Amani National Congress (ANC) was not to be underestimated. His remarks have sparked widespread speculation about the potential for major political realignments.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua. PHOTO | NATION MEDIA GROUP

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua. PHOTO: Nation

The timing of Mudavadi’s comments is particularly noteworthy, as rumors circulate that President William Ruto is considering a new running mate. Furthermore, growing speculation is that Mudavadi is being groomed to become Kenya’s 6th President.

Mudavadi addressed ANC supporters, stating, “I must tell you frankly that our conversations must be serious about how to strengthen the Kenya Kwanza administration and work very closely with the UDA and even engage in deeper debates.”

These developments have left Kenyans wondering about the future of their political landscape. Will there be a shift in alliances? Is there a plan to politically isolate DP Rigathi Gachagua? And most importantly, is Kenya on the brink of a new political era with Musalia Mudavadi at the helm?

DP Rigathi Gachagua addressing attendees of Mukami Kimathi Burial

DP Rigathi Gachagua addressing attendees of Mukami Kimathi Burial

As the political landscape shifts, Kenyans await with bated breath for the next move in this high-stakes political chess game. The possibility of “Earthquake 2.0” has certainly shaken up the status quo, leaving many to wonder what the future holds for Kenya’s political scene.

“Do not ask me which debates. I will tell you later which debate. Another earthquake is coming.”

Mudavadi’s first earthquake was in 2022 when he decided to dump One Kenya Alliance (OKA) and join ranks with President William Ruto.

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