The ANC Party’s leader today disagreed and stated the exact opposite of Kenya Kwanza’s presidential running mate Rigathi Gachagua. Mudavadi asked Kenyans in Vihiga County to vote no for Azimio La Umoja, the One Kenya presidential candidate, because of his pledge to carry on where President Uhuru Kenyatta left off.
According to Mudavadi, President Uhuru Kenyatta addressed Mt Kenya leaders during one of his Sagana meetings that half of the 10,000 kilometers of roads his government had built in Kenya were in the Mt Kenya region.
Mudavadi feels that if Raila wants to carry on Uhuru’s legacy and journey, he must invest more in Mt Kenya. He also noted that Mount Kenyans make up half of all youths employed in the security sector, which includes everything from police to military.
What Mudavadi said today conflicts with what Rigathi said in Nyeri a few weeks ago. Following the handshake, he told the Nyeri people, all of the money set aside for developing roads and connecting electricity in the Mt Kenya region had been moved to the Nyanza regions.
According to Rigathi, most roads in Mt Kenya regions are unpaved since the money set aside went to the Nyanza region, and Raila has never wanted Mt Kenya to prosper. According to Rigathi, Kenya Kwanza leaders who were kicked out of budget committees refused to hand over Mt Kenya to Nyanza.
Rigathi Gachagua, Kenya Kwanza’s presidential running mate, was repudiated and contradicted by the ANC today. Mudavadi urged villagers to vote against Azimio La Umoja while visiting Vihiga County on Tuesday. Azimio La Umoja, a Kenyan presidential candidate, has promised to pick up where President Uhuru Kenyatta left off.