Political temperatures have gradually continued to hit the peak as fresh details emerge on daily basis. This is happens as various politicians continue to rock various parts of this country. Musalia Mudavadi is among the few politicians who have embarked on serious campaigns. Speaking today, Mudavadi has just revealed details of today's meeting saying this;
"No election is won without engaging people from all forms of life. With this in mind, I reached out to Nakuru County MCAs and met with over 500 representatives from communities living in Nakuru to offer me their support in my journey of jump starting the economy in 2022."
"We deliberated on matters that are dear to the residents of the county top on the list being peace and protection of their businesses. My administration will protect all Kenyans and ensure security is availed to all. Pamoja we build our economy. I also met with politicial & religious leaders in the region most notably Governor Lee Kinyanjui and Bishop Maurice Muhatia of Nakuru Diocese."
"The Bishop called on me to ensure the economic agenda of the country is well addressed as many Kenyans are suffering. Lastly I reiterated that IEBC should ensure elections are held as per the law and the constitution stipulated timelines. Asante Nakuru for the warm welcome!
UCHUMI BORA," Mudavadi posted on his social media platforms.
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