ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has denied claims that the opposition is using the doctors’ strike to boost their popularity, insisting that the opposition is raising legitimate concerns that the government needs to address, “We are not supporting the doctors’ strike and those who are spreading that information are misleading Kenyans,” he said.
Speaking after a meeting with Kenya Women Parliamentary Association members at Amani House in Lavington, Musalia Mudavadi assured Kenyans that NASA is not meant for individual interests but is a coalition of leaders who are committed to unity in order to improve the lives of Kenyans. He said Kenyans should not worry about who the party shall endorse as its flag bearer since they are working within timeline and when time comes they shall do so.
“The NASA coalition is not like the other coalitions that have been there, everything is under control. Kenyans should not worry about the presidential candidate because we are working within a timeline,” said Mudavadi.
He said that his party will ensure more women are represented in political leadership. “We want to confirm our commitment to see more women in politics and also promise that our party primaries will give women chance,” he said.