ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi has hinted at what is cooking for his party, hours after failing to show up for the One Kenya Alliance OKA conference in Naivasha.
Musalia, who is set to be endorsed as the ANC’s presidential candidate at the ANC’s National Delegates Convention on the 23rd of January in Bomas, Kenya, has warned his supporters that a storm is approaching.
The presidential contender, who campaigned under the slogan “Uchumi Bora Pesa Mfukoni,” urged supporters to get ready for the day, saying it would be the official start of his 2022 campaign.
Musalia Mudavadi’s ANC Party did not send any MPs to the OKA retreat in Naivasha on Thursday. His MPs were in Nairobi State House for the Azimio La Umoja Coalition’s meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
This follows news that DP Ruto had been meeting with the ANC boss behind closed doors in preparation for a grand coalition in 2022. The recent tight affiliations of ANC and Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala with the DP have raised questions about what is happening on.
And when he was attacked, Musalia defended him, saying that all leaders are free to associate and make new acquaintances as they plan for 2022.
By the time of this publication, only Ford Kenya Party Leader Moses Wetangula had arrived at Naivasha for the meeting together with Kalonzo Musyoka.