Kenya: Muluka Quits ANC to Allow Mudavadi Free Rein on 2022 Decisions

12 August 2020

Nairobi — Barrack Muluka resigned from his position as Amani National Congress (ANC) Secretary General on Wednesday citing the need to allow Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi the latitude to make critical decisions ahead of the 2022 presidential poll.

Through a letter addressed to Mudavadi, Muluka further asked the Political Parties Registrar to strike off his name from the ANC's membership roll.

He exuded confidence in the ability of the Mudavadi-led party to compete in the 2022 General Election with the former Vice President keen to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Muluka further advised Mudavadi to decongest space around him in order to enable him to make personal political decisions related to his presidential candidature.

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