Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi is one of the leading candidates in the 2022 race to State House.
Mudavadi looks forward to flying the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) flag in the 2022 race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
However, the 2022 Presidential hopeful has raised speculations of whether he has already sensed defeat in the 2022 Presidential race.
Mudavadi has raised speculations after his latest remarks alleging how politicians are ferrying their supporters from various parts of the country to their functions.
Mudavadi has raises concern alleging use of school buses by politicians to ferry supporters to their events to have larger crowds.
"We want free and fair elections. We have seen fouble standards in this country. Professor Magoha said school buses should not be used for private functions. Why are school buses being used by politicians to ferry people for political purposes?" Mudavadi said.
The remarks by Mudavaid have triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans including;
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