The Presidential candidate continues to set up camp in Nakuru County, which is believed to be Deputy President William Ruto’s stronghold.
Mudavadi is set to attend consultative discussions with important county influencers, including business and political leaders, later today.
The ANC’s 2022 political path will construct a resilient economy and guarantee peace and security.
According to a statement from his office, his Nakuru tour is scheduled to boost his message on the resuscitation of the economy and public debt management, as he seeks to be given the mandate by Kenyans to correct this by 2022.
— Musalia W Mudavadi (@MusaliaMudavadi) July 3, 2021
Mudavadi is scheduled to attend two church services today, the first at NEEMA PCEA at 8:30 a.m. and the second at St Peters Catholic Church in Lanet.
He will meet representatives from communities in the cosmopolitan county of Nakuru after the church services.
The travel comes just three weeks after visiting Mombasa, Kenya’s coastal city, where he spoke with local leaders and locals, pushing them to support his presidential campaign.
The Former Prime Minister who is eyeing the president in 2022, has long emphasized the importance of unity and bringing together like-minded leaders to establish a government that works for the people.
Former National Super Alliance co-principals Kalonzo Musyoka, Moses Wetangula, and Kanu Chairman Gideon Moi are part of his One Kenya Alliance.
In the run-up to next year’s general elections, he has traversed the country to promote his party and its economic recovery strategy.
Mudavadi visited the Mt. Kenya region last year to shore up his support ahead of the 2022 election.
He also held several meetings with leaders from both the Eastern and Western regions.