ANC party led by Musalia Mudavadi has a huge storm to be held in Bomas of Kenya ahead of his presidential launch. However, the report tells that ODM boss Raila Odinga is not yet welcomed to the event.
Consequently, the luxurious progress ahead of the event has stormed Social Media culminating in different views. Perhaps, it's is alleged that Mudavadi's preparation has overwhelmed recently held Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja in Kasarani Stadium.
Consequently, his agenda of a standard economy and much money are the key programs indexed in his spectrum.
Perhaps, his presidential announcement is eagerly awaited by Kenyans and particularly hustler Nation as they await the declaration of coalition with deputy president William Ruto.
Certainly, the lavish photos of Mudavadi's event continue to storm social media as people give different viewpoints.
Strictly, it's merely a day to encounter the Earthquake proclaimed by the ANC under the leadership of Musalia Mudavadi.
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