To spearhead his 2022 ambition, Mudavadi has been visiting various parts of the country to sell his agenda to the people in a bid to get support for the race to State House.
The Presiential hopeful has today, Wednesday 21st July, held a high profile meeting with a deligation drawn from various counties to boost his presidential bid.
Speaking after the meeting, Mudavadi has made remarks that have raised speculations of whether he is uping his game as he intends to make as stab at the Presidency to succeed President Uhuru.
Mudavadi as well as ANC Party has made a resolution to make a push so as to strengthen the party at the grass-root level as they welcome all Kenyans to join the party in the economic revival of the country.
"I met with the ANC Party coordinators and aspirants from the larger Meru region, Samburu and Isiolo. We are now pushing on to strengthen the party at the grass-root level as we welcome all Kenyans to join us in the economic revival of our country," Mudavadi said.
The meeting has triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans online including;
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