ANC party leader has come out to claim they he was forced to contribute to an ailing Sofa Paka player who is suffering from cancer. According to Mudavadi, he didn't contribute the Ksh 500,000 in good will but out of force and coarcion by residents of Transnzoia County.
Musalia is clear they had gone to Trans Nzoia together with Kalonzo when residents forced them to do something for the ailing player. According to Musalia, Kalonzo contributed nothing but for him he has to give out Ksh 500,000 though unwillingly.
Musalia is clear once he assumed the reigns of power in 2022 he will ensure health coverage is part of government plan. He is clear he is not a wealthy man hence those forcing him to contribute on harambees are highly misplaced.
Mudavadi is however clear it's unfortunate to see the country getting to such levels due to poor government plans on it's citizens. He is clear it's unfortunate but it's one thing he was planning to sort out come 2022 general election when he assumed power for he was hopeful he will finally occupy statehouse come 2022.
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