ANC Party Leader, Musalia Mudavadi has been tasked with the duty to pick a presidential running mate from Mt. Kenya region. This happens as all presidential aspirants are already eyeing this region because of the massive number of voters compared to other regions. As this happens, various aspirants have continued hinting on who they might select from the region.
The ANC deputy party leader, Ayub Savula has revealed the person who they are already making talks with to deputize Mudavadi despite the several contenders in the region.
"We have a list of several contenders for the running mate post from Mt. Kenya, including Anne Waiguru. We are already negotiating with her," Ayub Savula quoted.
Mudavadi was in Meru yesterday where he met Meru governor, Kiraitu Murungi with his deputy. Mudavadi promised to promote agriculture and rescue 'Miraa' farmers who's product is not being promoted at the market. Mudavadi promised them that he will ensure that funds are sufficiently allocated to them because of the large numbers in the region.
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