ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has today toured Nyamira County to attend a church service and also conduct a series of campaign rallies and meeting to popularise his 2022 agenda. The vocal leader has asked Kenyans to be patient on his presidential declaration. He said that he will make a major announcement on 23 January and this will shake the whole nation and disrupt the political atmosphere. He has also dismissed claims of joining any camp ahead of the August polls. He said that he does not want to pre-empt what they discussed as ANC leaders but his National Delegates Conference that will be held at the Bomas of Kenya will shape his political stand.
He also cleared the air on why he skipped the Naivasha OKA meeting saying that he was engaged in organising the ANC annual delegates meeting. Musalia defended himself after rumours that he is exiting OKA. Told Kenyans to wait for his final decision. Musalia Mudavadi was accompanied by leaders like Johnson Sakaja and he was warmly welcomed by the Nyamira Governor, Amos Nyaribi and his Deputy James Gesami.
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