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Mudavadi's Newly Appointed Secretary General Heckled & Booed In His Own Rural Home (VIDEO)

The former vice president Hon Musalia Mudavadi today was accompanied by the ANC party handlers including Hon Alfred Agoi, Hon Ayub Savula, Hon Tindi Mwale, Hon Mary Kanene, Hon Peter Karanja, Hon Malulu Injendi and a score of other ANC staunch defenders from Mt Kenya region.

In his corded message to Kiharu residents, the ANC party chief exuded plans to build "Uchumi Bora, Pesa Mfukoni" type of economy that erode the longtime culture of handouts and impute an independent structure that will solve the unemployment bump among the youths. "We want to build an economy that works for all and see unto it that Kenyans are not overtaxed. This can only be achieved through peaceful nation" he said.

Mudavadi revealed that ANC party will heavily invest in offering fair positions for the youths to participate and be part and parcel of the country's administration to attain the interest of leadership inclusion. "Leadership is God-given and needs wisdom, even the young people are able to play critical roles in leadership. They should be given equal opportunities to take the country's development to the next level" he added.

However, Simon Gikuru's remarks over his appointment as the ANC party Secretary General didn't seat well with a section of people during the ceremony. He was openly embarrassed in front of Mudavadi as a controversial attendee decided to call a spade a spade and not a big spoon by pinning him down while delivering his speech.

"Your Excellency, umeguza mioyo ya vijana na wazee wa hapa Murang'a, Mt Kenya and the nation at large" Simon Gikuru stated. This sentiments were harshly received by an attendee who declared them as pure lies coated with sweet lyrics. "Wewe wacha kusema uongo" he loudly offered a joint rebut.

Here is the link of the video

This served Simon Gikuru an utmost index of embarrassment at his own rural home in front of ANC party delegates who had come to join him in the heroic homecoming ceremony.

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