During his engagement with the people of Meru County, Musalia Mudavadi and his brigade majored on the economic situation in the country amid the hard economic times characterized by the recent increase in fuel prices.
Kakamega County Senator Cleophas Malala is one of the allies to Musalia Mudavadi who accompanied him to Meru during his visit.
While addressing residents of Meru on the economic status of the county as far as Miraa farming is concerned, Malala asked residents of Meru to make a choice.
The vocal legislator told residents of Meru who engage in Miraa farming that in the 2022 race to State House, they will have to make a decision on whether to take their miraa to the marked using aeroplanes, pick-ups or wheelbarrow.
"Watu wa Meru County, itabidi mchague kupeleka Miraa sokoni mkitumia ndege, pick-up au wheelbarrow," Senator Malala said.
Malala has called on Meru people to rally behind Mudavadi's bid to form the next government in a bid to revive the economy.
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