Kenya's political temperatures continue to rise day in day out as the 2022 general election bears. Political leaders are moving all over the country to sell their candidature and lure the hearts of voters.
Recently, the ANC party leader and the One Kenya Alliance co-principal Musalia Mudavadi took his tour in Meru county. In his two days visit under the invite of Governor Kiraitu Murungi, Mudavadi has been able to touch the hearts of Miraa farmers in Meru.
Former vice president under his ' Uchumi Bora' said that he wants all the 47 counties to receive equal share of national cake. He added that counties should receive a minimum of 35% of the national revenue. He promised that his government will ensure new markets are found for Miraa.
Mudavadi who in his visit to Meru touched more on devolving more resources to counties to spur economic growth will be speaking on citizen television tonight. The interview will kick off at 9pm. Tune in to get more insight on this.
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