Powerful Western Leader Makes Allegations of Receiving Central Supports Ahead Of 2022
Kenyan politics recently has started taking a different direction as general elections are around the corner. The country is at a state where politics have started looming and the future can't be predicted as several people have come out to clain to be vying for presidency in 2022.
One Hon Musalia Mudavadi a former Vice President has come out to claim to be with talks with the Central Region supports for his 2022 Presidential elections. The powerful writing to his many followers in social media revealed that he held meeting with leaders who pleadged to support him.
The Former Vice president is well known in kenya as be vied for presidency in 2013 and became second runners up after Hon Raila Odinga. He has been working privately trying to strengthen his political ambitions in the country
Musalia Mudavadi farther revealed that the country needs to unite as the general elections is approaching. He also revealed that Central Kenya is key in elections and having it's support can make one clinch presidency.
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