Kenyan political temperature were slowed by the third wave of Covid 19 that proved to be so tough to bear. Prior to the wave politicians had started moving from one region of the country to the other trying to market their formed alliances and movements that will enable them clinch the top office in the country.
The strongest movement that had taken deep root in the country is the hustlers movement that was led by the deputy president. It was a movement that was targeting the lower class people who are the majority and he referred himself as an hustler. The vast spreading movement activity was paused abit by the third wave of Covid 19 where all political gatherings were put on hold for a while. It's is anticipated that very soon the nation will be fine and normalcy resume since it's only one year remaining to general election.
For someone who has ambitions of winning the top seat then he has to come up with means of stopping the fast spreading movement in order gain popularity in the country. The best man who seems ready able is the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi. Recently he has formed One Kenya Alliance and everyone expect him to give the hustlers movement very hard time.
Are you in agreement that Mudavadi can stop the vast spreading movement?
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