Musalia Mudavadi. Photo Courtesy
A president is chosen by the whole country. This means lacking support from your home base is not catastrophic to your win. Lacking support from your area makes it an uphill task though. Most presidential candidates want to be voted as a block by region they hail from. It is a big blow to Musalia Mudavadi after Bungoma governor Wycliffe Wangamati said he is not fit to lead.
Wangamati speaking in Webuye termed Mudavadi as a political novice who can not even marshal his backyard to support him. "I pity some leaders, the likes of Mudavadi, if you can't mobilise the Western region to rally behind you, how can you mobilise residents of other regions? He mocked Musalia Mudavadi.
He says that whenever Musalia visits any part of Western, he does not give any aid. He cited Musalia's three visits to Bungoma in recent times lamenting he brought no development. While other politicians come with money when they visit, Musalia comes empty handed according to Wangamati.
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