2022 general election is fast approaching and politicians eyeing various elective seats are continuing to strategize ahead of the polls.
Amani National Congress (ANC) Party Leader, Hon Musalia W Mudavadi, is keen on succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022 and has been holding various strategy meetings to plan for the upcoming race to State House.
Mudavadi has today held a high profile meeting with a leader from Western region amid the intensifying 2022 politics.
He has met Hon. Fred Ikana who is an ANC party aspirant for the Shinyalu Parliamentary seat, at the Musalia Mudavadi Centre Offices.
Hon. Ikana was accompanied by Kakamega County Knut Chairman Patrick Chungani, who also doubles up as the Knut Secretary in Shinyalu Sub-County.
The leaders discussed matters of national importance, touching on, among other issues, the lives of the people of Shinyalu and regional political and development interests ahead of the 2022 General Elections.
The meeting has triggered a lot of mixed reactions from Kenyans including;
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