Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Kanu's Gideon Moi, and businessman Jimi Wanjigi have stormed out of ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi's  Bomas meeting.

This is reportedly in protest of the move by the ANC leaders' move to welcome deputy president William Ruto and leaders allied to him.

The OKA leaders had pledged to attend the function but upon realizing that the DP was to attend, they boycotted.

Ford Kenya leader Musalia Mudavadi however attended the function.

{DP William Ruto arrives at Bomas}

DP William Ruto's allies were the first to arrive at the Bomas of Kenya ahead of the DP.

The DP then arrived later before Mudavadi was officially welcomed to his presidential launch.

Reports have emerged that the two leaders have struck a deal that will see them work together in the August 9 polls.

The deal will see the two leaders form a coalition that will see the campaign and work together with Ruto's UDA.

The alleged deal is however yet to be made official and it is, therefore, a matter of time before the truth is unveiled.

Mudavadi had been rumoured to be working closely with the DP and the recent developments raised eyebrows further on the possibility of the allegations being factual.