As the country is heading to election politicians are currently making plans on how they will clinch various political seats coming the year 2022. For the past few months, key politicians in the country have been holding a meeting with their colleagues with whom they share common interests.
Today ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi held a meeting with a section of leaders from the Western part of the country. In a tweet that the party shared online, they attest that the region plays a major role in determining who becomes the next President. Keep in mind that Musalia has on several occasions declared his interest in the top seat.
"Today's meeting is aimed at putting at the center of the discussion table, a raft of issues that future engagements will focus on, to appreciate the pivotal role that the Mt Kenya vote means in determining who becomes the next President of the Republic of Kenya." the tweet read.
Other leaders who attended the conference include ;
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