Early this evening, Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi released a statement that showed concerns about President Uhuru Kenyatta's statement during inauguration of Nakuru county as Kenya's fourth city. He faulted the president after stating that the young politicians have started getting tired and the elderly ones will take over and eventually win the race.
It was evident from the President's statement that he was referring to the elderly leader to be former Prime Minister Raika Odinga and the young one to be the deputy president. However, Mudavadi came out to speak in favor of young politicians arguing that they may have been tired of the slow pace the elderly politicians have been showing.
This statement has led to the allegations that Mudavadi may be working closely with the deputy president ahead of the 2022 general elections. This comes just days after it was revealed that Ruto was holding secret meetings with one of the One Kenya Alliance leaders who is yet to be known.
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