Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi seems to have changed his earlier stand after meeting some of the leaders from his backyard today.
According to the report from the Party, Hon Musalia Mudavadi held a meeting with those leaders mainly to discuss about 2022 politics and what they should do in order to get a chance of securing a place in the next government.
Musalia who had earlier refused to join any coalition claiming that he's also planning to vie for the top seat has revealed that he is now ready to join any coalition, but said the coalition he will join should have the same manifesto with ANC party."ANC legislators met the party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi to strategize on the next step for the party. Among the issues discussed are the emerging political coalition dynamics," read the report from the Party. "They have agreed to engage with like-minded patners moving forward," they added.Among those who were present includes Hon Omboko Milemba, Vihiga women representative Hon Beatrice Adagala and Kakamega senator Hon Cleophas Malala.
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