Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has boldly revealed his intentions on choosing a female running mate as opposed to a male one. Being one of the potential presidential candidates, the former Vice President could possibly have a woman by his side as the Deputy President in 2022. However, he is yet to mention the name of the female running mate he has preferred.
Mudavadi is among the top Kenyan politicians eyeing for the top seat, despite receiving relentless competition from other top aspiring presidential candidates, the former NASA co-founder is optimistic of winning the elections through popular votes. With barely less than a year into the general elections, most politicians have come out to reveal their ambitions various political positions ahead of the general polls.
However, Mudavadi's recent remarks have ignited a series of reactions and debate among Kenyans. Mudavadi's choice is a unique one that could see Kenya have a female Deputy President in 2022 for the first time in the history of the country.
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