United Democratic Alliance party Westlands constituency parliamentary candidate Nelson Havi, has launched a scathing attack on Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi who is a principal in Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Havi has described the former vice president as a slow politician who always wants to be pushed always a trait he says makes him unfit for leadership.
In an interview with a local publication, the former Law Society of Kenya president argued that unlike deputy president William Ruto who is vibrant, Mudavadi is always slow and lacks determination in whatever he does.
He claimed that this is why he had to ditch him for Ruto and settled on the United Democratic Alliance party.
“Mudavadi is very slow and embodies the kind of people who want to be pushed. He is not determinate and that is why I abandoned him,” Nelson Havi told the publication.
This could send panic in Mudavadi's camp as both are members of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance led by deputy president William Ruto.
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