Hundreds of Amani National Congress party supporters from Kakamega County have expressed their excitement following Musalia Mudavadi's pronouncement that he will join hands with Deputy President William Ruto ahead of the August elections.
Speaking to the media hours after the National Delegates Conference that took place at the Bomas of Kenya, the Kakamega residents said that there was no doubt that Mudavadi is a national leader who has shown the region the way and they will definitely follow him.
"Today was a great day, Mudavadi has shown the work that he is a man who is able to lead the republic of Kenya. I request all Kenyans and the Mulembe Nation at large to get their votes and walk with Mudavadi as the next head of state" said one of the ANC aspirants as he got cheers from the other party supporters.
In his speech after the party delegates endorsed him for the presidency, Mudavadi poked holes in Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja saying it was not among the options his party would be seeking to work with.
Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and his counterpart from the Tujibebe Wakenya Party William Kabogo supported Mudavadi's bold move.
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