ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi might be staring to a looming betrayal from his region after several leaders on Sunday urged him to work with Raila Odinga.
The Western Region leaders led by Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa claimed that the 2022 succession politics had already taken its shape, and it was no doubt that the presidential contest will be a two horse race between Raila and Deputy President William Ruto.
They stated that if both Mudavadi and Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula goes to the ballot on their own, they will not have a representative in the next administration.
Wamalwa assured the residents that he was going to plan a meeting with the duo, as he seeks to woo them to rally behind Raila, arguing that he was advanced in age, and he will leave the mantle to them once he completes one term.
In the past few months, Mudavadi has stood his ground that he was going to be on the ballot come 2022, and was not ready to play a second fiddle to the ODM party leader.
His bid has however been supported by Nairobi's Senator Johnson Sakaja, Kakamega's Cleophas Malala and his deputy Ayub Savula.
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