As the next general election is approaching, the Kenyan politics is taking a new shape with different politicians declaring their bid. Political realignment is also experienced.
Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi has declared that he will not join any coalition unless he is the candidate.
Mudavadi was speaking on Monday when he visited the home of ANC chairperson in Vihiga county and Emuhaya MP Omboko Milemba.
ANC leader said that after his candidature in 2013, he was accused of not being a team player.
“After my candidature in 2013 where I was position three, so many people accused me that I am not a team player and I am not supportive and I gave them a chance in 2017 but we are still in the opposition,” Mudavadi.
While adding ANC leader said that he won’t leave anything to chance.
“This time we are going to face off against each other squarely. I won’t leave anything to chance,” he stated.
Mudavadi said that for him to mobilize other people to vote for him he must have the command of Western region.
“I can’t be telling other people out there to vote for me. I want to be the president of this country and I don’t have the command of Western region,” he said.
While talking about the Building Bridges Initiative, he said that the BBI has some good proposals that should be passed by the Parliament for the public benefit.
“Increase of funds to counties and creation of the Ward fund doesn’t need a referendum but can be implemented via the parliament.
Musalia Mudavadi is one of the principals of One Kenya Alliance bringing together Gideon Moi (KANU), Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper) and Moses Wetang’ula of Ford.
All the principals of One Kenya Alliance have declared that they will run for presidency in 2022 raising stakes for the ticket.