ANC heads to Kakamega, Bun­goma this week­end to drum up sup­port for Nasa

The Star (Kenya) - - Politics General -

ANC leader Musalia Mu­davadi heads to Western this week­end for a series of ral­lies to drum up sup­port for his Nasa out­fit.

He will be in Bun­goma, the home-turf of Ford Kenya leader Moses We­tang’ula, on Satur­day for a fundraiser at Lwan­danyi Sec­ondary School in Sirisia sub­county. On Sun­day, he will at­tend a ser­vice at Mtin­gongo Friends Church in Malava, Kakamega.

Sa­ba­tia MP Al­fred Agoi, a key ally of Mu­davadi, said they will soon launch door-to-door cam­paigns to en­sure many peo­ple reg­is­ter as vot­ers. “We have heard that our peo­ple do not reg­is­ter as vot­ers, but this is a lie. They use this as an ex­cuse to tam­per with the out­come of elec­tions once they are aware they will not carry the day,” Agoi, who is in Malaysia on par­lia­men­tary busi­ness, told the Star on the phone.

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