Mama Hannah's is the mother to ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi who passed on 28th Dec 2020 while receiving treatment in Nairobi Hospital. Also in attendance included senator Samuel Poghiso, James Orengo.
National unity speeches flood mama Hannah Mudavadi's burial in Mululu village, Sabatia Constituency in Vihiga County. The political family didn't keep off political talks with national unity taking central of the burial ceremony.
Leaders from various political camps speaking on importance of national unity while president Uhuru Kenyatta unleashing his wrath on the letter about by Senator's Majority Chief whip Irungu Kang'ata About unpopularity of the BBI in the Central Region.
Speaking during the burial of Musalia Mudavadi’s mother in Vihiga, President Uhuru dismissed the politics saying that he is in control of his government and in no need of ‘lecturing through letters from anyone'.
He also said his efforts to unite the nation through the BBI cannot be shaken by anyone. Saying that the handshake was not meant to include and exclude anyone in the country but bring the nation together.
In line with the BBI uniting the country, Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka urged Kenyans to avoid the hustler and dynasty narratives that can lead to a divided nation.
" I am for national unity and inclusivity, BBI is for every Kenyan, it not for President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga. Let us debunk the myth about dynasties and hustlers sonthatbwe don't create a country full of hatred," he said.
ODM leader Raila Odinga dismissing that the hustler and wheelbarrow narrative and politics is not what we need as Kenyans to unite but come together as a common people of a nation.
"The wheelbarrow politics is not what the country needs. The country will be United if we come together as Kenyans and talk as Kenyans and that is how we can deliver the dreams of our founding-fathers and build a United Kenya," he said.