Ayub Savula to leave ANC post. Facebook/Ayub Savula
Lugari legislator Ayub Savula is set to surrender his post as Amani National Congress (ANC) deputy party leader. The lawmaker said the choice tries to have Luhyas standing firm on top ANC posts surrender their positions on offer and allow fresh leaders to take up those positions. It seems the party is looking to restructure itself ahead of the 2022 general election. Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi is expected to spearhead the entire process as he has also declared interest in running for presidency come 2022.
“I am opting to give up my position to go to other communities. This position has been discussed and concluded. It affects all of us from the Luhya community holding senior positions in ANC," Savula said as revealed by a source.
Ayub Savula has great respect for Mudavadi and his decision will open doors for the party leader to realise the so much talked about Luhya unity in order to bolster his ambition of clinching the top seat.
Source: People Daily Newspaper.
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