Musalia Mudavadi, Gideon Moi Slot Critical Meeting With DP Ruto

  • An upcoming meeting organized by the Amani National Congress (ANC) party leadership meeting is set to turn around the political talk in the country. 

    The meeting to be held in Kakamega is slated for Saturday, 18 August with KANU and Jubilee politicians being part of the key guests lined up for the rally.

    On Wednesday, while the ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi was meeting Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula and CS Eugene Wamalwa in Nairobi, other top officials of the party were locked up in a final planning session in Kakamega.

    [caption caption="ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi with Kakemega residents in the past(PHOTO/COURTESY) "][/caption]

    According to sources at ANC party, Baringo Senator Gideon Moi and DP William Ruto will be attending the function.

    Mudavadi will first meet officials at the Golf Hotel in Kakamega before driving through Kakamega town to Mwangaza primary school where the function will be held.

    The Thursday meeting between Mudavadi and Ford Kenya party chief alongside CS Wamalwa saw the leaders deliberate on concerns ailing the sugar industry.

    Part of the agenda of the breakfast meeting was the fostering of Luhya unity and discussions on the corruption in the country.

    The sugarcane farming conversation is expected to dominate the talks in Kakamega as the leaders vow to defend the plight of the cane farmers in the vote-rich region.

    The leaders had asked president Uhuru Kenyatta to form a commission of inquiry to institute an independent probe on the ills derailing the growth of the sugar industry in Kenya.

    Senator Wetangula expressed concerns over the dwindling hope for the Western Kenya residents as more controversy mounts on the sugar industry.

    "We have been reflecting on the happenings in the sugar sector, the mess, and putting our heads together to see how we can unravel and sort out this mess; because the people we represent, their economy is dependent on sugar," noted Wetangula.

    Mudavadi, on the other hand, admitted that: "We (Luhya leaders) are worried, the livelihoods of our people have been seriously affected by the ills in the sugar sector."

    [caption caption="Senator Wetangula, Mudavadi and CS Wamalwa duiring a breakfast meeting in Nairobi(PHOTO/COURTESY)"][/caption]