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"Non Kenya Kwanza Elected Leaders Won't Have Direct Access to Ruto's Government" Mudadavi

Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has asked his supporters to vote Kenya Kwanza allied aspirants so as to easily acquire services in Ruto's government. Speaking on Tuesday while drumming up support for William Ruto in his home county Vihiga, Mudavadi expounded on his role in Kenya Kwanza Government as per the Coalition's signed agreement which would be to take charge of all government projects and endeavours. Mudavadi stated that he would need leaders allied to Kenya Kwanza so as to make his work easier going forward.

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Mudavadi affirmed his surety on Kenya Kwanza forming the next government stating that only leaders elected in Kenya Kwanza will have fast and direct access to President William Ruto and the government.

"Sasa wewe fikiria, ukichagua gavana ambaye si wa Kenya Kwanza, huyo gavana atapiga simu mara ngapi kabla afikie President?" Mudavadi posed a question to his supporters in Vihiga County.

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This statement implies that if Kenya Kwanza Coalition forms the next government, non Kenya Kwanza elected leaders would have a rough time serving their people as their access to the President would be limited. Mudavadi also seems to have revealed Kenya Kwanza's secret plot to create the Prime Minister position

"Mkitaka Yule atakuwa na direct access to the President na Prime Minister, na Serikali. Na Serikali itakuwa ya Kenya Kwanza. Hamuezi angalia pengine, lazima muangalie Kenya Kwanza" Mudavadi added. Watch the video below.

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