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Those Who Are Opposing My Presidential Will Lose Their Seats Next Year, Says Mudavadi.

Amani National Congress leader Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi has cautioned all elected leaders in Western Kenya that it is time for unity of the region.

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, he has prepared leaders who are opposing him in Western for a rough time, source files.

Speaking on interview with Nairobi journalists, Musalia said all agents of disunity in the region are known and their days are numbered.

"All those who will oppose me and support other candidates will be rejected by voters," said Mudavadi.

He has also warned those who enjoy divisions in western region that they will have no chance in the 2022 general elections since the region will vote in a single busket.

"Our numbers are going to count this time round, we cannot support outsiders who give no returns to our people and Kenyans at large," he said.

Mudavadi has also expressed his dissatisfaction with the rise in fuel prices terming it as oppression to Kenyans who are battling with COVID 19.

"I urge president Uhuru Kenyatta to revisit this beacuse it will cause a skyrocket in prices of other commodities," he said.

He has also distanced himself with claims that he is waiting for endorsement from Uhuru and Raila.

"Endorsement is not in my programs baecause I am looking for my own path to statehouse, political debts never exist because they are never implemented," he added.

He has however remained silent about the discussions President Uhuru holds with party leaders at statehouse.

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