ANC party leader, Musalia Mudavadi has today met with Mount Kenya Foundation leaders.
This happened as presidential aspirants continue to seek support from the central region.
Both the deputy president William Ruto and ODM party leader, Raila Odinga have been touring the mountain.
Mudavadi went on to urge Kenyans to be very careful with the leaders they will elect in next year's general elections.
In his Twitter account,the famous politician could not miss aiming a dig on the deputy president's narrative 'the hustler nation'.
According to Mudavadi, we do not want a hustling nation but a thriving nation.
This has been seen as the politician's move to discourage Kenyans from accepting Ruto's narrative.
Kenyans have been seen giving their reactions over Mudavadi's tweet.
As an aspirant for the country's top seat next year, Musalia Mudavadi is expected to tour several parts of the country in the coming months.
With his party ANC, he could offer tight competition to others who also want to run for the presidential seat.
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