He says he has undoubtable experience as he was once the treasurer of the finance ministry .He is now called the missing link in kenya's governance and a couple of politicians have shown trust in him including mp Alfred Agoi of Sabatia.in support of Musalia Mudavadi is Sakwa Bunyasi who observed that counties are more likely to have the four production factors needed for economic growth which is the main focus of ANC.
Former ANC secretary general Barrack Muluka said that Mudavadi is the only contender for the party presidential seat and he is free to begin campaign.
The ANC boss has hinted that he very much willing to work with any politician on condition that they support his presidential bid.
The task is now laid on Musalia to try and convince kenyans that he is a totally different politician with a different agenda of economic growth.who knows ,kenyans might believe in him and offer him full support and he might be serving us as the president come 2022.
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