Tomorrow ANC party will hold its national delegates conference at Bomas of Kenya. Several leaders allied to One Kenya Alliance coalition and other affiliate are expected to attend the mega conference.
Today top ANC leaders made a visit to the venue to inspect the preparations. They toured different parts of the venue inspecting the nature of preparations.
After the inspection the leaders addressed the press stating that preparation for tomorrow's event is complete. They further said that tomorrow's event will be one of the best national delegates conferences.
Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala and ANC secretary general Simon Gikuru Kamau led the ANC brigade in inspecting the venue. Grassroot leaders from Nairobi county and party officials were also present.
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi is expected to launch his presidential bid. New party officials will also be nominated in tomorrow's conference.
One Kenya Alliance principals are expected to grace the mega event. Former prime minister Raila Odinga and deputy president William Ruto attendence remains unknown.
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