Raila Odinga and William Ruto have long been identified as possible successors for the current president of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta. However, according to the People Daily, Ayub Savula, Amani National Congress Party leader, there is a different leader who stands a chance of being endorsed by Uhuru Kenyatta.
Savula was categorically straightforward in downplaying both Raila Odinga and William Ruto while disclosing that the perfect successor of Uhuru Kenyatta should be Musali Mudavadi. He also stated that those people claiming that the One Kenya Alliance party is divided are spreading false information. He went on record to claim that the party is very much stronger and more united than before.
As the 2022 general elections keep getting closer, the party leader of the Amani National Congress Party stated that they will have enough time to elect their presidential flag bearer before the much-awaited 2023 general elections. He urged Mount Kenya people to vote for Musalia Mudavadi in the upcoming elections.
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