By Amunga Peter
MUDAVADI is soon going to be a hotcake in KENYAN Politics as we. approach 2022. He is the founder of NASA. And his new coalition of Kalonzo, Wetangula and GIDEON MOI is set for STATE HOUSE.
To win 2022, Mudavadi has been working silently on a new strategy to position himself as a national leader as he prepares to provide stiff competition to other presidential aspirants in the upcoming 2022 general elections. This was revealed by Kakamega Senator, Cleophas MALALA at the church of God in East Africa sanctuary yesterday.
What MM is doing is to forge possible connections with influential politicians from different regions who will further extend the party’s reach within the grassroots beyond Western Kenya. In Central Mudavadi is working with Symon Gakuro the former Muranga JUBILEE party chair, he is close to Peter Kenneth and former Kiambu governor Kabogo. At the coast Mudavadi is said to be in talks with Kingi, Joho and minister Najibu Balala. In Western, all the lost sheep, including Didmus, Khalwale, Waluke etc are running to Mudavadi.
Cleophas MALALA mentioned Uasin Gishu billionaire and politician Bundotich Buzeki and Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina.
BUZEKI a well-known critic of Ruto, Buzeki has been at the forefront of castigating Ruto’s plans and political supremacy.
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala confirmed that the party seeks to shed off the tag that ANC is a Western Kenya political party.
“We have been receiving criticism from other parties that ANC is a Luhya party and we want to debunk that myth,” he stated.
He claimed that the party was revamping its tactics by planning a national recruitment drive in all the 47 counties.
“If we want Musalia Mudavadi to ascend to power, we must delocalise the party and turn it into a national party,” Malala stated.
Mudavadi, in a recent interview, said he would prioritise curbing graft and bad governance if he was to be elected president.
The party leader noted that leaders ought to be subjected to scrutiny before they are appointed or elected to take up public positions.
“Corruption and mismanagement of public funds have compounded the dire situation we are in as a country. We need to come together, unite as Kenyans and work as servants to the people and not their master,” Mudavadi said.