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What Mudavadi Said Two Times That Left DP Ruto Massively Clapping At Bomas Of Kenya

News Hub Creator 01/23/2022

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Musalia Mudavadi's ANC National Delegates Conference at the Bomas of Kenya has attracted immense reactions from Kenyans from all walks of life.

Mudavadi has moved the mammoth crowd in a unique manner as he explained to Kenyans why he is fit to be the fifth president of the republic of Kenya.

Mudavadi said that enough was enough for ANC as they can no longer be able to support the Azimio la Umoja because the camp can no longer be trusted.

Mudavadi said that his aim is to restore the economy of the country in his common mantra ; uchumi bora, pesa mfukoni.

Mudavadi cautioned the government against commercial borrowing with a short term repayment period.

Musalia said even the hustlers in the country require a sustainable economy. The moment he mentioned hustlers, DP Ruto was seen on the cameras clapping massively.

The crowd asked Mudavadi to repeat again the statement he had given regarding the hustlers. He was forced to repeat again as per the demands of the people as he said : even the hustlers needed a sustainable economy.

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