The outspoken member of the senate Clophas Malala has finally let the cat out of the bag even before the meeting begins. Amani National Congress party Leader Musalia Mudavadi has promised Kenyans an earthquake in today's event where he is going to make his political declaration.
Malala during an interview with Journalist revealed that among the three main agendas, they were going to officially launch Mudavadi as their flag bearer for the second time. He was keen to note that this meeting was also to ensure that the party is given a national outfit as five deputy party leaders are going to be elected to office.
He was keen to note that Musalia Mudavadi will be given permission to begin negotiations with other political parties inorder to form coalitions. Malala was keen to note that the importance of these negotiations is to ensure that they will be in the formation of the next government after the 2022 general elections.
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