Musalia Mudavadi who is the leader of a political party called ANC today tweeted on his tweeter page that he raised concerns in 2018 after Parliament passed a bill that changed taxation on petroleum that would come to haunt people. ANC members didn't vote for the bill.
Julius Mogere tweeted, "So my friends challenged me to try cross fit after they saw my videos on different competitions. I headed to their call and it was an awesome experience. Support me by watching and then subscribing."
Musakulu tweeted, "Musalia Mudavadi confirming that ANC party members sat on the fence like he always does. No stand on any issue at decision making point then comes out at a safe point depending on where the public opinion is. Leaders don't wait for the public, they lead the public."
Abdirahman Ali tweeted, "All candidates promise bridges where there is no river, the truth is they all served past regimes, Mudavadi looks cool focused but he can't win alone, he has to join hands with like minded. Revolutionizing the economy needs political solutions with best legislations."
Kevo van maria tweeted, "Duale has said Parliament never passed that bill,,Uhuru instead used Article 115 to make sure it passes. He has used that article to change things for a record 35 times. The highest by any president."
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