Mudavadi, Moi, Weta, Kalonzo to form 2022 alliance

Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 10:27 | By
Left to Right(Gideon Moi, Moses Wetangula, Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi addressing a crowd during a Ford Kenya candidate campaign in Kabuchai

A new political alliance bringing together Amani National Congress boss Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetang’ula, Wiper’s Kalonzo Musyoka and Kanu Chairman Gedion Moi has declared they will form the next government.

Wetang’ula Tuesday said their grand march to the State House had started and there will be no turning back.

Speaking in rallies to drum up support for the Kabuchai Ford Kenya candidate at Nalondo and Chwele markets, the leaders assured that one of them will win the General Election in 2022.

“The journey to State House has officially started here in Kabuchai,” declared Wetang’ula, adding that all of them had the qualities required to lead the country when President Uhuru Kenyatta term ends net year.

“Look at the four of us. We are popular. We have political experience. We are not tainted and so we are capable of forming the next government,’’ he said.

Mudavadi said they were ready to form the government which will improve the livelihood of all Kenyans. He said Kenya was in an economic crisis and promised to liberate the country when they ascend to power.

He said they will not allow the country to be taken over by corrupt leaders.

“Let’s do away with the leaders who have been stealing from the government and made life difficult to Kenyans,” Mudavadi said.

The campaigns for Majimbo Kalasinga were attended by MPs from Ford Kenya, ANC, Wiper and Kanu.

“This is a strong team, which will walk together until we enter State House as we are also great friends,’’ said Kalonzo.

Moi asked the Luhya community to be firm and stop being used by others as the ladder to climb on.

He said in 2022 the Luhya com-munity should ascend to power, adding that they have been used for a long time.

“It is high time for members of the community to stop being remote-controlled by leaders from other communities.”

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala accused former Trade minister Mukhisa Kituyi, who has declared he will contest the presidency and who is a Luhya, of a plot to divide the community.

He said Kituyi’s move was meant to dilute the influence of Wetang’ula and Mudavadi.

TIP TIP party leader Kalembe Ndile urged Kenyans to elect leaders with a vision.

Majimbo appealed to residents to elect him in March 4 mini-poll.

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