Kindiki Says There Was No Objection From Musalia, Wetangula On Delivery Of 70% Western Votes To Ruto

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Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Hon Moses Wetangula. Photo courtesy.

Tharaka Nithi Senator Professor Kithure Kindiki, who is the man behind the draft of Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition agreement, has finally spoken on the agreement between the coalition partners especially the Amani National Congress (ANC) of Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya of Moses Wetangula.

Speaking during an interview with Citizen television, Prof Kindiki said that it is true that there is conditions which have to be fulfilled by the constituent parties. ANC and Ford Kenya parties which were the first partners to join Kenya Kwanza Alliance, they were hence they were given a task to deliver 70% of Western votes to Deputy President Dr William Ruto and if they had an objection then they shoud not have signed the agreement.

They all accepted and signed that agreement that they will have to deliver 70% to the coalition to get a 30% share of government. Hence if they knew that they are not going to deliver that percentage to Deputy President Dr William Ruto's presidential bid, then they shoud not have accepted to sign that Kenya Kwanza Alliance agreement. "Yes there is a condition that the coalition partners have to fulfill so that they can get a certain percentage of government share. ANC and Ford Kenya have been tasked to deliver 70% of Western votes which is their strongholds to be able to get 30% of government share. They signed into the agreement if they had an objection to it they woudn't have signed..." He said.

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