ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi has broken the silence over the Kenya Kwanza agreement he signed with Deputy President William Ruto that requires him to deliver 70 per cent of the Luhya votes for him to get 30 per cent of the Kenya Kwanza government. According to the agreement delivered to the registrar of political parties a few days ago, ANC and Ford Kenya will get 30 per cent of the government if DP Ruto wins in the coming general election.
Musalia Mudavadi Breaks Silence On The Proposed Deal In Kenya Kwanza Alliance In Return Of 70% Votes
Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi has broke his silence on the proposed deal fronted by the Kenya Kwanza Alliance agreement. This came aftet there was a massive uproar on social media where the former Vice President received criticism and trolling of alleged conditions they have to meet to get the promised benefits from UDA government.
Deputy President William Ruto has now found himself in a right corner on the running mate issue, after a while of his camp appearing organised and handling the matter in a better manner. Unlike the Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta-led Azimio, there has not been as much public push and pull on the matter in Kenya Kwanza as politicians jostle for the coveted seat.
Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi's campaign Secretary Chairman has made a phone call disclosing how Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has been cheating Kenyans on the deal between the Western region leaders inside the Kenya Kwanza and Deputy President William Ruto. Head of secretariat Prof Amukowa Anangwe has via a phone call rejected the recent remarks by Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala claiming that the Luhyia Community will get a 30 percent share inside DP Ruto's government terming them as his wishful thinking.
Former Cabinet Minister Prof. Amukowa Anangwe ( Photo Courtesy) Former Butere MP Amukowa Anangwe has been left in a political tight spot in his quest to become Kakamega Governor after the recent intervention by Deputy President William Ruto. Once considered one of the front runners in the Governor Wycliffe Oparanya succession battle, Prof. Anangwe was overlooked in the race to succeed the ODM vice party leader.
Kenyans have now told expected to underperformance and a bad score sheet should any of the Mt Kenya leaders being mentioned as DP William Ruto's possible running mates be picked. Ruto has remained silent on who he might pick to be his deputy, even as some of his allies suggest that the person will most likely emanate from the Mt Kenya region to bring in the region's support.
Deputy President William Ruto has managed to walk away with a good number of the Jubilee lawmakers.However,President Kenyatta has already vowed to revamp the rulling party.During the PG meeting,the Jubilee party gave the president mandate to negotiate with other parties as the boss.The party resolved that Uhuru will be the party leader even after the coming general election.This has been seen by Kenya Kwanza faction as a way in which the president wants to stay in power.Seemingly,the next president will be either from Raila's faction or Ruto's side.DP Ruto has however scaled up his efforts across the country with relentless tours to woo the voters.In a move that is seen as a move to accommodate the new entrants from OKA,the second in command has made changes.
Lugari parliamentarian Ayub Savula should stop refering to himself as an Amani National Congress (ANC) member henceforth, he has been told. This is according to Branch Secretary Amukowa Anangwe, who says that the MP stopped being a member when he announced his defection on Friday.
Former cabinet minister Prof. Amukowa Anangwe ( Photo Courtesy) Not long ago, Prof. Amukowa Anangwe was one of the front runners to succeed Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya. But today, he has been relegated to the periphery of succession politics. During his political heydays, Prof. Anangwe was one of the most influential figures in President Daniel Arap Moi's Government.
Former Cabinet Minister Amukowa Anangwe ( Photo Courtesy) In what is shaping up as one of the most bitterly contested elections in the run up to the next poll, former cabinet minister Amukowa Anangwe is facing a battle of his life in his quest to become the next Kakamega Governor.
Big Blow to Atwoli & Oparanya as Angry Ex-MP Term Bukhungu Meeting Null & Void, Tell Them What to do
Former Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Professor Amukowa Anangwe has expressed his anger towards COTU boss Francis Atwoli and Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya following the incidences of the Bukhungu Meeting that took place on Friday. In a press briefing on Saturday, Anangwe says that both Atwoli and Oparanya did not have the mandate from the Luhya Community to speak on behalf of the Western Region under the Luhya Council of Elders, where Atwoli is the patron.
The people of Kenya have been told that Deputy President William Ruto did not embrace his grassroot mobilization strategy out of love for Kenyans. The DP, a presidential candidate for 2022, has been seen attempting to reach out directly to Kenyans for their votes through his 'Bottom Up' strategy, claiming that he intends to work directly with ordinary Kenyans.
It is now a new twist of events as Musalia Mudavadi's campaign secretariat deny what Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala had earlier on alleged. According to Prof Amukowa Anangwe, head of Mudavadi's campaign secretariat, Luhyas have not bargained for the 30% stake in Ruto's government lest he win the August 8th presidential elections.
Today Butere area member of parliament Tindi Mwale officially defected from ANC party and joined DAP-K party led by defense cabinet secretary Eugene Wamalwa. The youthful legislator was warmly welcomed to the new party at it's official headquarters in Nairobi by the party leader Wafula Wamunyinyi and Lugari legislator Ayub Savula.
As the 2022 general elections nears political players are pulling all stops to ensure that they win the seats they are eyeing. The battle for Kakamega Gubernatorial position is proving to be a hard nut to crack for ANC party as its candidates are all powerful and have a great following.
Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the Amani National Congress (ANC), and the party secretariat are working to avoid a potential fallout among aspirants for the governorship of Kakamega. Lugari MP Ayub Savula, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala, and former Cabinet Minister Amukowa Anangwe are among those eyeing the ANC ticket for the seat.
Former Foreign Affairs Minister Professor Amukowa Anangwe has stated that it is easier for Deputy President William Ruto to get Mount Kenya Region votes even without having his running from region compared to Raila Odinga. Anangwe commenting on both Raila and Ruto's running mates, held the view that Ruto has made friends and has 'sold his name and manifesto' to the residents of Mount Kenya, and thus choosing his deputy outside the region will not affect his bid.
Former Cabinet Minister Amukowa Anangwe has stated that ODM party leader Raila Odinga's new strategy for securing the Western Kenya vote will not succeed as he believes. Raila has been praising the Luhya vote as he prepares to run for president again in next year's elections, despite the fact that the Luhya is one of the regions where his support and influence is dwindling.
Former senator Boni Khalwale's bid for the governorship of Kakamega County has gotten a political boost as a group of ODM leaders joined his campaign. Khalwale met with ODM treasurer Vincent Mukhono of the Kakamega branch, who guaranteed him of his full support as he strives to become the county's second governor.
The Amani National Congress (ANC) party was fighting on Saturday to repair the damage done by the rival Azimio movement during its rally in Kakamega on Friday. The party led by Musalia Mudavadi was attempting to contain the damage by downplaying the defection of its MPs and MCAs, as well as the impact of the Western Azimio dubbed Bukhungu II on its support base.