Echesa: I Can Only Dump My Girlfriend, I Did Not Leave Ruto for Mudavadi

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Former Sports CS Rashid Echesa addressing the public

Former Sports CS Rashid Echesa has quashed claims that he ditched DP William Ruto’s camp for Musalia Mudavadi’s ANC Party. Speaking during an interview on a local Radio Station, the firebrand Western Kenya Politician made it clear he has not joined any political party since his fallout with Jubilee after he was sacked.


“I can only dump my girlfriend, how can I dump a fellow man like me, Kwani mimi ni Shoga!” The former CS responded to a question in which he was asked if he had dumped Ruto for Mudavadi.

Rashid Echesa and ANC Leader Musalia Mudavadi at BUrial in Western Kenya

He went on to praise Mudavadi’s efforts in stimulating Luhya’s votes for his 2022 presidency.

He said the former Vice President will realise when it is too late to turn back that he is being misused by a section of the political leadership to attack DP William Ruto.


However, Echesa’s utterances have contradicted with those of Mudavadi who on Saturday took into his social Media account to welcome the embattled Echesa to his party.

On Saturday, Echesa claimed that it was time one of their own Musalia Mudavadi to get support in order to clinch the presidency in 2022.

“Those in Amani National Congress (ANC) party ought to realize that Mudavadi is a leader for all, he is the strongest presidential candidate we have in Western and we must help him clinch the top seat by all means,” he said.

He added that he would use resources at his disposal to drum up support for Mudavadi and ensure the region produces the next president.

Rashid Echesa at Boni Khalwale’s home in Western Kenya Weeks before shifting his support to ANC Party.

“I want to encourage Mudavadi to be brave and embark on galvanizing the entire region, he is the most popular leader in Western,” he said. The former CS, has been an ally of Deputy President William Ruto from the region and claimed that some politicians are being used to scuttle Mudavadi’s efforts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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