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Mudavadi Has No Leadership Skills and is One Slow Indecisive Politician – Nelson Havi

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Former Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi has referred to his former party leader, Musalia Mudavadi, has individual who lacks leadership qualities. Havi says that Mudavadi has proved that he cannot be trusted as a leader as he is slow to make decisions and even when he makes such decisions, he makes the wrong ones. Before joining UDA, Nelson Havi used to be a member of the ANC party. 

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The two parties both work together in the Kenya Kwanza coalition but it seems Havi and Mudavadi have some differences. According to a report published in the Nation newspaper, Havi has said that Ruto and Mudavadi are direct opposites. While Havi says that Ruto is a vibrant and focused individual, Mudavadi is a person who lacks leadership skills and does not know what is taking place around him. 

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Havi says that Mudavadi appears as one who wants to be pushed to do things and does not act quickly even when a situation demands him to do so. To Havi, Mudavadi appears to lack determination which any leader is required of so that he can do things. 

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“Mudavadi is a slow individual and looks like one who needs to be pushed each and every time to execute their mandate. He lacks the determination and that is why I abandoned his ANC party,” Havi has said. 

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Havi says that it is those qualities of Mudavadi that made him jump ship to join William Ruto’s UDA. Havi says that in Ruto’s UDA, there all those qualities that Mudavadi lacks and things are done with speed and the determination they deserve. 

The fallout between Havi and Mudavadi has seen the ANC party also field a candidate in the Westlands constituency, something which will favour ODM’s Tim Wanyonyi. 

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