Amani National Congress (ANC) Party Leader Hon Musalia W Mudavadi has been visiting various parts of the country to mobilize support fir his 2022 bid to succeed President Uhuru.
Mudavadi has this evening made a stopover at Soko Mjinga market in Nakuru to address hundreds of his supporters who had turned up to listen to him.
While addressing the residents who included traders at the market, Mudavadi has reiterated that he is determined to create a better and working economy.
The 2022 presidential hopeful has said that his journey to rebuild and grow the economy by taking over from Uhuru as the Head of State is unstoppable.
"My administration will not only work on lowering the high taxes but also create opportunities for our youths, create more jobs, and better the lives of every citizen. Watu wawe na Pesa mfukoni kwa kuwa na Uchumi Bora," Mudavadi said.
He has also addressed the high cost of fuel which he had said has made life more costly for Kenyans, and called on Parliament to re-look at the VAT Act to revise the fuel tax downward.
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