Governor Sang has taken on Mudavadi over his 2022 bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in the heated race to State House, calling on him to drop his presidential bid in support of another candidate.
Sang has asked Mudavadi to shelve his bid to succeed President Uhuru in 2022 and team up with DP William Samoei Ruto in his ambition to become the Fifth President of Kenya.
He has told Mudavadi not to support Raila for the Presidency yet again, stating that doing the same thing iver and over again expecting different results will not work in his favour.
Sang has slammed Mudavadi over continous visits to President Uhuru Kenyatta in State House, stating that he lacks starategy to ascend to Presidency.
The DP Ruto allied Governor delivered a blow to Mudavadi, telling him that President Uhuru Kenyatta is derermined to have Raila as the next President and meeting the Head of State at State House in Nairobi and Mombasa is marely a waste of his time and the time of other OKA Principles.
Sang has warned Mudavadi to focus on hunting for votes like William Ruto before he realizes that the Presidency has been given to Raila when it will be too late.
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