Musalia Mudavadi, the head of the Amani National Congress, is slated to make a huge statement tomorrow. Mudavadi's next significant move is expected to be revealed at the meeting, which he described as "earthquake-like."
As a result, Nairobi county senator Hon. Johnson Sakaja has spoken out about the meeting. Sakaja has exhibited considerable excitement for the encounter while inspecting the preparations alongside Mudavadi. He advised Kenyans to gather in Kasarani since the day had arrived.
Sakaja has been with Mudavadi for quite some time. He has accompanied him to many locations across the country and has stated that he will vote for him in the upcoming general elections.
The outcome of tomorrow's meeting will determine whether Mudavadi will run or back someone else. This comes amid reports that the OKA board of directors is on the verge of breaking up because they can't agree on who will be the flag bearer. Kenyans, on the other hand, continue to watch events unfold. Only time will tell if this is true.
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