Keep off ‘political hypocrites’, Mudavadi tells Kenyans

Mudavadi in Nakuru

Kenyans have been asked to keep off political hypocrites and individuals propagating divisive politics.

Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi says such leaders have no chance to hold political seat in the country.

Speaking during a Sunday Service at PCEA Gilgil Town church in Nakuru County, the ANC Leader was categorical that the country is facing numerous challenges that have negatively impacted on the economy.

He added that Kenya has no room for political hypocrites and divisive politics but rather leaders should focus on how to restore the economy through a peaceful environment.

“Let us shun divisive politics and hypocrisy. Peace is key in this nation.As Kenyans we should shun hypocrisy” said Mudavadi.

He maintained that the government of the day is Jubilee and those in it are to carry the cross of the good and bad deeds.

According to Mudavadi, it is wrong for some individuals within the Government to come out faulting the same government.

The ANC Leader says those in government have contributed to the successes as well as failures of Jubilee administration.

“The Government of the day is Jubilee. Those in government should stop faulting President Uhuru Kenyatta where there are failures for they are part of it. If it has worked you are part, if it has not worked you are also part of it” said Mudavadi.

Mudavadi who has declared interest in the 2022 Presidential seat has however called on politicians to shelve 2022 politics of succession and focus on matters of economy to help build  the country.

He added that as ANC, they will continue to fight towards building the economy of the country ahead of 2022.

“We need tolerance in the country ahead of 2022.Divisive politics have no room in the country.As ANC we are focused on how we can restore our economy” he said.

The ANC Leader was accompanied by MPs Beatrice Adagala (Vihiga Woman Representative), Sakwa Bunyasi (Nambale), Alfred Agoi(Sabatia), and Ayub Savula(Lugari).

The leaders calling for transformative politics that will ensure a restored economy that according to them has been messed by ignorance, tribalism and corruption.

MP Agoi on his part calling on the government to ensure BBI booklets are distributed to members of the public.

“The government should work to ensure that Kenyans get the BBI booklets so that we can shun the ignorance of so and so read it on our behalf” said Agoi.

MP Savula on his part reiterating that as ANC party they had submitted their proposals to the BBI taskforce

He was quick to however note that Kenya’s economy is doing badly and that this might not even allow a referendum.

“Our economy is not doing well and we are worried even if it will allow referendum”

Savula added that as ANC Party they will continue to drum support for  Musalia for the 2022 Presidential seat as he has experience in matters economy and will play a key role in restoring it.


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