In the recent days, major parties in the country have been campaigning to seek support of the people.The main aim is to prepare for the next general elections.
Musalia Mudavadi who a party leader in ANC leaders his supporters to campaign in central part of Kenya.In his trip , he he gain alot as he was accompanied by Ndaragua Mp Hon. Jeremiah Kioni who was elect by Jubilee Party in 2017 .
This was was seen as a mojar boost to Mudavadi as it is perceived as he is continuing to gain popularity outside Western region.
Mudavadi was accompanied by Johnson sakaja, Jeremiah Kioni, Alfred Agoi, Peter Nabulindo,Amboko milemba,Kahai Andagala, Kassim Tandaza,Tindi Mwale among other leaders.
Mudavadi and his leaders were urging the voters of Mt.Kenya to support him and his party in the coming general elections. Mudavadi said if elected he will focus on economy of the country. He further said that if the economy if brought back to normal then more youths will get employed.
To conclude, Mudavadi has continued to gain his support across the country , something that will benefit his bargaining power towards clinching to Presidency.
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