– Musalia Mudavadi has agreed to support Raila's call to change the law
– Mudavadi said some sections of the law were ineffective hence need to be amended
– He held a meeting with Raila in Kisumu where he announced his new move
The Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has agreed to work with Raila Odinga to push for constitutional changes.
The two are said to have struck a deal on Friday, May 11, after they held talks in Kisumu.
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According to reports by Citizen TV, the two are said to have met in the Lakeside city where Mudavadi withdrew his earlier opposition to calls for constitutional reforms.
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Elsewhere, Mudavadi was quoted by Standard as having said he supports changes on law based on the Bomas Draft.
“The whole document is not bad,’’ he said on the current Constitution, explaining there were some sections that needed to be changed as they had not worked as it was expected.
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Mudavadi had opposed to calls to change the constitution proposed by Raila during the 5th devolution conference in Kakamega County as TUKO.co.ke reported earlier.
He was against the ODM leader's three-tier governance structure proposal and announced he would oppose any effort to change the law.
Mudavadi is leading his fellow NASA co-principals in defying Raila after the former premier secretly edged them out when he decided to meet and hold talks with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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