Political tension has gradually continued to hit the peak in Kenya as fresh details emerge on daily basis. As this happens, probe into Mudavadi's life and family gave The Star journalists a chance to speak to Mudavadi's son, Michael Lulu Mudavadi about his political ambitions. Having been born in a politically oriented family, he recalled how family mood changed in 2013 when his dad lost elections.
Lulu Mudavadi insisted that this time round, his father has to go direct to the ballot paper. When questioned about what he is planning about his political future, he said that at the moment, he has no plans for becoming a politician once he matures politically, he will definitely think of becoming a leader one day.
Lulu Mudavadi is Musalia Mudavadi's second born child who narrowly escaped DusitD2 Al-Shabaab attack that struck when he was inside his office in the first floor. He narrated how his love for video games saved him from the deadly Al-Shabaab who fired at the entrance.
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