Following OKA and MKF meeting on Thursday 7th October, Musalia Mudavadi addressed Kenyans on issues about dignity and corruption as he asked key questions that made people applause during his speech. " Who Do We Trust?", These were words from Mudavadi as he urged kenyans to take precautions on leaders they intend to elect on the incoming 2022 elections. "We want a thriving nation not a falling nation" , " We are one people and we should change kenya together", He continued, "We should not second guess our president on matters of infrastructure in this country as he has done extraordinary jobs." See a Tweet of his message that was tweeted by Citizen TV kenya based on his speech.
Mudavadi said that the people of Mount Kenya have a solid lady through Martha Karua because she is tough negotiator and that she doesn't blink. He also mentioned that the Mt. Kenya foundation is not a billionaire's club but it was for people who worked hard to get where they were.
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