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Mudavadi Storms His Home County As He Raises Allegations On Azimio Leaders From Vihiga

(Photo courtesy, Amani National Congress party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi.)

By Fredrick Ameka.

ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi says their is a signed agreement between political parties in Kenya Kwanza Alliance. Mudavadi says 30 percent of the Kenya government will be for ANC and Ford Kenya. This will happen if the alliance led by DP William Ruto wins August polls. "I, Wetangula and Ruto have signed using our own hands. We have made an agreement for creating Kenya Kwanza government. In Kenya Kwanza we have said that 30 percent of the government will be on the hands of ANC and Ford Kenya parties."

Addressing Shamakhokho residents in Vihiga County on Monday July 4th, Mudavadi posed a question to the voters. Mudavadi told Shamakhokho residents to ask Hon. Raila and his allies from Vihiga if they have a signed agreement in Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition. Mudavadi named Vihiga governor Dr. Wilber Otichilo and senator Khaniri and Raila Odinga to be responsible for the question. "leaders from the other parties will visit this place. I want you to ask governor Otichilo, senator Khaniri and Raila to show proof of a signed agreement that they have protected luhya community." Mudavadi said.

However, Hon. Mudavadi claimed that their is no any signed agreement between leaders allied to Hon. Raila Odinga. The ANC boss says Kenya Kwanza leaders are the ones who are focused and know the way forward. "I want to tell you that their is no agreement between those leaders from the other parties. Therefore we are the leaders who are focused and know the right way to go." Mudavadi added. Further, Mudavadi was accompanied a number of aspirants from Vihiga County.

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ANC Amani National Congress Kwanza Mudavadi Musalia Mudavadi.


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