Angry Mudavadi responds to attack on Moses Wetangula’s office [Video]

    Amani National Congress Party leader Musalia Modavadi has spoken out on the drama that was witnessed today when goons attacked Ford Kenya offices in Nairobi.

    Addressing the press shortly after the attack, the ANC partty leader condemned the actions and wondered why ANC and Ford Kenya parties have been victims of harassment and intimidation in recent times.

    “Jiulize ni kwa nini wanalenga ANC, ni kwa nini wanalenga Ford Kenya(Please ask yourselves why ANC and Ford Kenya parties are the targets of these actions)” Said Mudavadi.

    He urged Kenyans to be at the forefront in defending the constitution and democracy, adding that what was witnessed on Sunday when goons raided Ford Kenya offices in Nairobi is simply unacceptable.

    “We must defend our constitution, and democratic rights…. Hatuoni ODM ikivurugwa, hatuoni NARC ikivurugwa, hatuoni Wyper ikivurugwa, hatuoni KANU ikivurugwa,hatuoni Jubilee ikivurugwa basi ni kwa nini watu wanalenga hizi vyama viwili,”stated the ANC party leader.

    Mudavadi alleged that the attacks and intimidation witnessed in the past is as a result of his declaration to go for the presidency in the 2022 general election.

    “The reason is because we have said we are going for the presidency, and the time is ripe and the time is now.” Added the ANC party leader who is also a principal in the NASA coalition.

    Yesterday, armed policemen surrounded the home of Emuhaya MP Omboko Milemba where Mudavadi and Wetangula were schedule to hold talks in quest for the elusive Luhya unity.

    The meeting was eventually allowed to proceed after the policemen withdrew.

    The meeting was attended by a host of MPs including Bungoma Woman Representative Catherine Wambilianga, Vihiga’s Beatrice Adagala, Kiminini MP Chris Wamalwa, Ernest Kagesi and the host MP Omboko.

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