ANC Party Leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi has met the members who want to vie in different positions with ANC Party tickets in Meru. He alleged that the party will be very vibrant and active to ensure that they secure various positions in the region. They intend to sell the economic agendas of the party in the entire larger Meru region. Musalia has been making various tours in different parts of the country with an aim of populazing his statehouse bid comes 2022. This is after parting ways with Raila Odinga of Odm who was their partner in NASA. They have declined to revive NASA despite the call by president Uhuru Kenyatta promising his support.
Yesterday the Principals of NASA met and maintained their stand and promised to give their flag bearer soon. This is the reason as to why Mudavadi is very busy meeting all the ANC Party leaders in different parts of this country. He needs to have a similar conversation on how to boost the economy of this country and sell his Presidential ambitions as he plans to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta comes 2022.
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