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On Sunday, Amani National Congress ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi is expected to shake the world of politics with his major announcement.
Kenyans have since started miling at the ground of Bomas of Kenya ahead of the arrival of the former vice President.
"Earthquake loading: Crowd milling on the ground at Bomas of Kenya as they wait for the big #ANCNDC announcement."the Standard newspaper.
Musalia Mudavadi is expected to officially launch his bid, on the occasion of the ANC second National Delegate Congress, at the Bomas of Kenya. The country waits with batted breath to hear the earth-shaking message that he has promised.
This cones at a time when the Deputy President William Ruto has continued to pile pressure on Mudavadi to join UDA and support his presidential bid.
Ruto stated that he stood a better chance to clinch the presidency compared to the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader, Raila Odinga, as he wooed Mudavadi
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