2022 politics are continuing to gear up in readiness for the general election slated for August and various leaders are making bold moves to plan for the polls.
All eyes are still on the Presidency since President Uhuru Kenyatta will be retiring and various leaders have declared interest in the top seat.
Leading the list of those eyeing the presidency is Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi and for this reason, he has been mobilizing various leaders as well as Kenyans to support his bid.
Hon Mudavadi has today, Monday 19th April 2021, held a high profile meeting at his Musalia Mudavadi Centre in Nairobi County that has raised lots of speculations among Kenyans.
Mudavadi met The President of the Law Society of Kenya(LSK), Nelson Havi, to deliberate on various issues surrounding constitutional and legal matters of significance and their implication to Kenyans.
"Today I held discussions with Nelson Havi, The President of the Law Society of Kenya. We deliberated on Constitutional and Legal matters of significance and their implications on the Kenyan people," Mudavadi said.
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