ANC Leader Mudavadi Calls for Luhya Unity Seeks Succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta
By Felixotoro | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 185 views
Amani National Congress (ANC) Party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi has called upon the luhya unity to ensure that the Mulembe house ascends to power.
Speaking today in Malava, Kakamega county where he attended a burial ceremony Mudavadi asked the citizens and top Luhya lawmakers not to be divided by other politicians from other parts of the country.
Mudavadi was accompanied by top government lawmakers such as Ayub Savula who's also the ANC deputy party leader, Benard Shinali among more.
Musalia rubished deputy president's Dr. William Ruto sentiments that Raila, Kalonzo and him are seeking the endorsement of president Kenyatta to vie for the presidency. He added on saying he only needs endorsement from the voters who will elect him to the state house.
In conclusion, Mudavadi was speaking today in Malava upon completing his three days tour in Western region, Mudavadi made the sentiments saying time has come when Mulembe house should wake up and work together politically.
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