Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has boldly rubbished claims of Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru joining hands with him as his running mate ahead of 2022 polls. According to Mudavadi, the rumours of Waiguru joining him is not true and that he is yet to make his remarks on his favourable running mate.
However, Mudavadi has maintained that his deputy and Lugari Member of Parliament Ayub Savula is the one who made the outrageous statement, reiterating on the issue, Mudavadi said that Savula made the allegations out of excitement. Savula had earlier told the press in a briefing that the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principal was courting Waiguru after the Kirinyaga Governor made revelations of her struggles in Jubilee party.
Waiguru however, didn't comment of the statement made by Savula with Musalia Mudavadi coming to a quick intervention. Amid the rumours, Mudavadi however made a challenge that despite not courting on Waiguru, he would possibly love to work with a female running mate ahead of the general elections next year.
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