Nandi governor Stephen Sang has put Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi in a tight spot after lecturing him on how to strategize for 2022 presidential election victory.
This follows after Sang informed Mudavadi to desist from waiting for endorsements in order to proceed with campaigns for State House, but instead hit the run in all counties across the country, canvassing for votes from Kenyans.
While at a funeral event of wife to Kapwareng Member of County Assembly (MCA) Jackson Swadi, Ezina Kaluhi in Nandi on Tuesday, the governor called on the ANC chief to stop visiting president Uhuru Kenyatta and requesting for endorsements. Link: https://www.facebook.com/northriftnews/videos/1692136037645130/?app=fbl
According to Sang, winning presidency was not a mean feat and it requires sheer hardwork, brilliant strategies and dedication.
He noted that deputy president Dr William Ruto could have not gained the popularity and likeability he was wielding from Kenyans if he had waited for Uhuru's promise on endorsement in 2013 and 2017.
The county boss urged Mudavadi to stop heeding to the head of state calls for meetings because the president's intentions was to waste their time yet election day was drawing closer.
"Stop going to Mombasa and State House. Votes are found on the ground where citizens are not State House," Sang told Mudavadi to his face.
This comes after Uhuru convened One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals Mudavadi, former vice-president Kalonzo Musyoka, Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula and his Baringo counterpart Gideon Moi and, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga for a meeting in Mombasa recently to allegedly discuss the state of the nation and 2022 general election.