The Westlands Member of Parliament hopeful Nelson Havi has roasted Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi terming him as very slow, person who cannot see far and somebody without leadership qualities.
Mr Havi who decamped ANC Before joining United Democratic Alliance (UDA) led by Deputy President William Ruto some few months ago, Havi claimed he decided to join Deputy President William Ruto-led party after Mudavadi failed the leadership exam and test.
Havi described DP Ruto, who is also the Flagbearer of Kenya Kwanza Alliance as a vibrant, combative, aggressive and focused leader who knows what he wants unlike his “uncle” who demonstrates a person without leadership skills and lacks the reality factor in himself.
“ Musalia Mudavadi is very slow and resembles the type of people who want to be pushed to his destiny. He is not determined to achieve something and that is why I left him,” Havi said.
Again the former Law Society of Kenya (LSK) president, labelled Musalia Mudavadi as a leader who does not see far as other leaders do. Nelson Havi is battling closely with, the incumbent Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party’s Tim Wanyonyi in the race to become the next Westlands MP.
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