ANC party meets DIGO community as Malala leaves this remarks about Luhya community
By Jonjez | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 1 views
Few months to the next general election,political temperature have gaining momentum as if we are already in 2022.Political leaders are all over selling their agendas so as to be elected in the 2022,do they real mind the life of peasant Kenyans?Presidential race have became the talk of the day as political leaders are suffering from sleepless night as they dream about 2022.Most of them are in race to find the best party and supporters so as to lay foundations for the next general election.As they plan to succeed president Uhuru,who will be the right person to succeed him?Time will tell.
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has already started his journey for the upcoming general election.According to him,he believe is the right person to succeed Uhuru so as he can heal our economy.Today,Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala is in coastal region urging the Digo to support hon.Musalia Mudavadi.He has said"In the spirit of fostering cohesion and integration between the DIGO community and the LUHYAS, I urged them to support Hon.Musalia Mudavadi presidential bid."
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