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I’d Rather Retire Than Work With Ruto- Oparanya

Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya and DP William Ruto.

Wycliffe Oparanya, Deputy Chief of Celebration for the Orange Democratic Movement, announced that he would rather be a farmer than join the Vice President William Ruto political camp.

Oparanya expressed her feelings after rumors surfaced that she was considering giving up the Azimio la Umoja Movement led by Raila Odinga.

“If the Kenya Kwanza Alliance is the only option for me, I would rather resign from politics and return home to become a farmer,” the Governor of Kakamega tweeted.

Allegations were common that the deputy ODM social meeting chief was trying to become a member of the brand new political group by Vice President William Ruto, Amani National Congress (ANC) Musalia Mudavadi, and Moses Wetangula (Ford Kenya).

The Kakamega Governor has been conspicuously absent from the last rallies organized by the Azimio la Umoja movement, most recently in Vihiga County.

Still, he tweeted late Friday that he dismissed the allegations as propaganda.

“I spent the day attending Rt Hon Raila Odinga's Presidential Campaign Board meeting in Nairobi. "I urge Azimio supporters to ignore the propaganda spread by my opponents who are disturbed by the Azimio wave sweeping the country, and my firm stands behind Baba's presidential bid."

Mudavadi promised his supporters a second earthquake sometime next weekend in a key announcement he called the 'Amalemba Earthquake declaration', expected during the Amalemba rally on Saturday.

"2nd. Earthquake. Tukutane Amalemba. The People Will Decide,” Mudavadi tweeted, with the hypothesis implying that the change envisioned by Mudavadi could be the big announcement.

Ruto claimed to have met with the Governor of Kakamega 5 times in the past year to discuss 2022 politics.

However, he stated that his conversations with the ODM deputy chief of social gatherings had nothing to do with his membership in the Hustler movement.