Nairobi — Chief Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi is a person on a undertaking to consolidate the Western Region, his political yard, that has suffered political fragmentation in each election cycle.

Mudavadi has already commenced the method with a breakfast assembly with legislators from the world marking the method of galvanizing the area.

In a bid to scuttle the forays made through Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Leader Raila Odinga, Mudavadi held the assembly with leaders around the political divide from the vote-rich area invited.

Only 35 Members of Parliament attended the assembly with key allies from Odinga’s political bandwagon together with Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna and his Vihiga counterpart giving it a large berth.

Leaders who attended the assembly disregarded the perception that it was once a political assembly announcing it was once a technique assembly to speak about how to streamline building within the area.

Butere MP Tindi Mwale who attended the assembly disclosed that the assembly in large part concerned talks on revitalizing financial giants within the western area allaying talks that the assembly was once political.

“Lets not be people who always politicize everything. Lets work for our people because if you say that I am in Azimio and politics ended and now we are focusing on service delivery to our people. If I refuse to look for development you see, my people will suffer,” Mwale stated.

Westland MP Tim Wanyonyi asserted that there was once not anything improper with leaders forging in combination for the sake in their constituents to be sure that environment friendly carrier supply to the folks.

Wanyonyi identified that not anything was once at fault if in any respect Mudavadi was once making makes an attempt to provoke the western area.

“Is there anything wrong with Mudavadi consolidating the region? Every politician has an ambition and if he wants to consolidate his region that is where it begins. Politics is local and if Musalia moves in that direction, we will support him,” he stated.

Lurambi MP Titus Khamala who attended the assembly said that regardless of the area overwhelmingly balloting for Odinga the leaders should be told to paintings President William Ruto’s management to be sure that seamless carrier supply.

“This is an eye-opener that we are ready to walk together irrespective of our political background. We want to concentrate on delivering to our people and you realize that President William Ruto is our president and we can’t leave in denial. We must find a way of working with them,” Khamala said.