ANC party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi said that he is not scared of Raila Odinga accompanying the head of state to Western region, a grand visit that the head of state has planned to pay to the western Kenya people next week. The visit on the other hand is purposely planned to enhance economic development in Western region.
The ODM party leader, Raila Odinga is one of the dignitaries who are expected to accompany H.E. Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta amongst other ODM honchos. This is a fact that has been perceived negatively by some Western leaders led by Budalangi MP, who threatened to boycott the meeting if Mudavadi is not among the dignitaries who will escort the head of state.
Hon. Mudavadi however, in his speech on Friday, said that he is not scared of Raila accompanying Uhuru to Western. He further said that anybody has got the freedom to visit anywhere at any given time provided that the the place lies within Kenya.
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