Uasin Gishu University Students Endorse Musalia Mudavadi for Presidency

University students from Uasin Gishu have thrown their support for the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi presidential bid.


Under the stewardship of Enock Limo and Daniel K. Korir, the youths drawn from Chepkoilel University, Moi University KPA Campus and Mt. Kenya University Eldoret campus they said Mudavadi is the only person who can transform the country’s economy. 

“As university students from Uasin Gishu we have decided that our presidential candidate come 2022 is none other than the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi. We are not supporting him just because he is a Luhya but we have seen his dream of transforming the country,” said Enock Limo.

Speaking to the press in Eldoret the team recollected all the successes Hon. Mudavadi made while serving in previous governments dating from late 80s.


“Some people may turn a blind eye on what Musalia achieved while serving under Moi and even Kibaki’s administrations. History has it that it was Musalia who established the Communication Regulatory Body now called the Communications Authority and even successfully stopped the Goldenberg scandal that would have seen Kenyans loose Millions of Shillings,” said Joyce Chelagat an ICT Student at Mt. Kenya University.


They said they will campaign to ensure that the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi becomes the country’s fifth President of the Republic of Kenya.


“We are calling upon Kenyans to give Musalia a chance by voting for him and  they will never regret since he is the only sober presidential candidate who can transform the country’s economy,” said Daniel K. Korir. 

They resolved to book for an appointment with the ANC Secretariat in Nairobi through the Party Secretary General Barrack Muluka for them to actualise their membership with the Party and forge forward into driving the Mudavadi’s Agenda in their jurisdictions, key among them, The Economy saying Kenyans “need Uchumi Bora, sio Bora Uchumi.

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