Kalonzo Musyoka, Gideon Moi, and Jimmy Wanjigi walked out of Musalia Mudavadi's ANC National Delegates Conference held at the Bomas of Kenya on Sunday.

The other OKA principals and the businessman walked out when they learnt that UDA allied MPs had entered the venue signaling the arrival of Deputy President William Ruto.

During the Sunday event, Amani National Congress (ANC) party endorsed Mudavadi as the party's flag bearer in the August 9 general election and a coalition plan with Ruto's UDA.

KANU political affairs secretary and OKA spokesperson Fredrick Okango tweeted that OKA was moving to "higher grounds" where Kenyans are safe and that the walkout marked the end of nasty political games.

“OKA has today walked out of Mudavadi's 'earthquake' meeting. We are moving to higher grounds where Kenyans are safer. It is a wrap with nasty political games,” Okango Wrote.

He, however, wished Mudavadi luck in his new political ventures.

“We would like to wish Mudavadi the best of luck as he joins his other partners. There is no room for damages,” Okango added.

The ANC leader had warned that his political announcement would be  an 'earthquake' even as many political leaders and other Kenyans scoffed at Mudavadi's poorly kept secret.