The legislator in his latest sentiments has said that Mudavadi is a work in progress and Kenyans should anticipate his presidency come 2022.
"It's the work that's not started that take longest to complete.Musalia Mudavadi is a work in progress...Mbele pamoja," Malala said.
Earlier on while speaking in Murang'a, Malala said that as ANC is currently in a mission to find friends in the Mount Kenya region and are marketing Mudavadi who they believe will revive the economy.
"We are in Mt. Kenya region, to look for friends. We are marketing a candidate who will revive our economy and we believe His Excellency Musalia Mudavadi is the safe Presidential candidate that will unite our beloved country," Malala said in Murang'a.
The remarks by the Controversial Kakamega County Senator have sparked a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed his timeline to pen the following as far as Mudavadi Presidential bid is concerned;
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