Why Mudavadi's ANC is the third silent force
By Juma Brian Wango
| November 20th 2015
Amani National Congress is the new sheriff in town, giving its opponents sleepless nights and Kenyans should take this opportunity to shape this country.
Even before its official launch, the party has managed to register as many as 9000 members in places like Uasin Gishu county. It should not escape Kenyans’ minds that Hon. Mudavadi left ODM because of the changing of nomination rules to favour Raila Odinga and ran for president after campaigning for a period of 3 months.
This time round the man from Mululu has started early and is already winning the hearts of many. Mudavadi has decided to campaign first using organised hall meetings which seems to be working pretty well. Mudavadi has been tackling the propaganda being paddled that he is a coward.
It is clear to all that cowards never do anything they say and Mudavadi declared his candidature once and went ahead and ran to the end.
With his sober approach to issues, Mudavadi has positioned himself for Kenyans to tap into his sea of experience and take the country forward. He is easy with the youths and visionary on tackling complex issues.
ANC as a party has got a cool down to earth leader and is recruiting Kenyans to form the third force that will represent the silent majority who are being man handled by the loud minority.
Any right thinking Kenyan who is tired of the extremely corrupt administration and a clueless CORD has a good option of changing lives through ANC under Hon. Musalia Mudavadi.
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