Stop State House meetings and seek for votes-ANC leader told

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Nandi Governor Stephen Sang with Abiud Kipkurui from Serengonik who scored 430 marks in 2020 KCPE (file photo)
Nandi Governor Stephen Sang with Abiud Kipkurui from Serengonik who scored 430 marks in 2020 KCPE (file photo)

Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has urged Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi to avoid State House meetings and instead seek for votes from the public by presenting to them his agenda.

Sang cited that it is clear the president has interest in supporting the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga for his presidential bid in the next coming general elections thus is trying to distract their attention of seeking votes by holding meetings with them to waste their time.

The Governor told Mudavadi that the president is just buying their time as he is not interested in supporting them therefore should abandon such meetings and use that time to campaign for himself through seeking votes from Kenyans.

He added that the Deputy President Dr. William Ruto has no time for unconstructive meetings as he is busy selling his agenda to the public by presenting himself to the people and Mudavadi should emulate him.

“The Deputy President is busy seeking for votes from the public while you are wasting your time in state house meetings that are of no value, desist and present yourself to the wananchi for votes,” Sang advised

His sentiments were supported by Vihiga  Deputy Governor Partrick Saisi and Vihiga County Women Rep Beatrice Adagala who urged the ANC leader to desist from unessential meetings and seek for support from the public through his political agenda.

The duo asked all the aspiring candidates to consider preaching peace and unity as they seek for various political seats, reminding them to seek votes in a democratic manner.

“Kenya needs peace and what we want as political leaders is peace because a peaceful country always prospers.” The Duo said.

The leaders were speaking during the final sendoff of the late Ezinah Swadi, wife to Jackson Swadi, Kabwareng member of Nandi County Assembly.