Musalia Mudavadi welcomed by elders in Keiyo South on December 2, 2018.(courtesy)
After the wind on the formation of a coalition between Gideon Moi and Musalia Mudavadi. The two have been traversing the country trying to seek people to join them to make their dream come true.
Musalia Mudavadi on Sunday toured the North Rift region alone in a move to ask the Kalenjin community to back him in the 2022 presidential race.
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He attended two church services and said that he was in the race in succeeding Uhuru Kenyatta come 2022. “I and my Luhya community stood behind retired President Daniel Moi. The Kalenjin community should thus back my bid as a way of returning the favor,” said ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi.
In Elgeyo Marakwet county he presided over a funds drive in the aid of Full gospel church of Kenya.
In the same county, he surprised AIC Sitotwo worshippers when he arrived uninvited and took part in another fundraising for a church choir.
“As we were flying past this area we saw tents and knew some good Kenyans should be praising God here. We decided to come and join you, people,” said Musalia Mudavadi.
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Mudavadi in his visit met with Kalenjin elders and urged them to support him in his bid for president.
he also said that under his leadership no community will be discriminated against when it comes to sharing the national cake and is very ready to lead the country to greater heights.
MPs Daniel Rono ( Keiyo South), Alfred Agoi ( Sabatia), Titus Khamala ( Lurambi ) and Elgeyo Marakwet Deputy Governor Wisley Rotich accompanied Mudavadi.
Keiyo South MP Daniel Rono, however, said Deputy President William Ruto was near the top seat and deserved to succeed the President.
“DP Ruto is just a heartbeat away from the top seat and Mudavadi can be his running mate,” urged Rono.
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