Former National Super Alliance principal and Amani National Congress party leader who is looking forward to win a One Kenya Alliance (OKA) 2022 presidential ticket honourable Musalia Mudavadi has announced that he will not be attending tomorrow's Azimio La Umoja convention planned for tomorrow at Kasarani stadium. Moments after he released the information, Kenyans, especially those who use social platforms took it to the comments section to express their views on the issue.
A section of online users have argued that Mudavadi's notice of not attending the conference will have no effect on Raila's plan. The meeting will go as planned with or without him.
Others argued that Mudavadi is making a big mistake by trying to oppose Raila's bid for presidency. By supporting him, they opined that chances of him becoming president in 2027 would have been raised.
Others accused Mudavadi of being a toothless dog who cannot control his own backyard. Kakamega county Governor honourable Wycliffe Oparanya is said to be best placed to replace him and make sure that all western Kenya votes are delivered into Raila's basket.
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