The next general election is fast approaching. Various leaders in the country have already declared their respective political bids. ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has publicly declared his presidential bid. He will competing with other presidential candidates in 2022 polls.
Today the party leader received a major boost after Eastleigh business leaders endorsed his presidential bid. The business owners pledged to mobilize support for ANC party and the party leader ahead of 2022 polls. The leaders promised to popularize ANC party in Kamukunji and other adjacent areas.
The business owners said this words today when they paid a courtesy call to the former deputy prime minister Musalia Mudavadi at his Musalia Mudavadi Centre in Nairobi. The leaders also discussed a raft of salient issues they intend t o use to promote a conducive environment for businesses in the region.
The party leader has been hosting various delegations from different parts of the country in a bid to popularize his presidential bid. He has also hosted various influential leaders in the country for consultative meeting.
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