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Mudavadi Now Working To Avoid A Potential Fallout Among Aspirants For Governorship Of Kakamega

Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the Amani National Congress (ANC), and the party secretariat are working to avoid a potential fallout among aspirants for the governorship of Kakamega.

Lugari MP Ayub Savula, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala, and former Cabinet Minister Amukowa Anangwe are among those eyeing the ANC ticket for the seat.

In a statement signed by Mudavadi, Malala reportedly dismissed Savula's position as deputy party leader last week.

The party secretariat dismissed it as a hoax, claiming Mudavadi was unaware of any communication of this nature.

"We wish to publicly distance ourselves from such deceptive and frivolous acts of manipulation, the intentions of which are unknown," the party stated.

The truth is that the party is working hard to ensure that the three candidates agree on a non-contested method of selecting its governor candidate.

Prof Anangwe believes the party will not hold nominations for the governorship of Kakamega.

"I speak to you as a member of the party and an insider, but also as a professional, and I can tell you that the ANC's thinking is that we should share the available slots," he said.

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