Former ANC member Eliud Owalo has officially joined Deputy President William Ruto’s Tangatanga faction of Jubilee of the 2022 elections.
The move comes barely a month after he resigned from Musalia Mudavadi’s ANC party claiming he felt it was “imperative to create ample space within the Party”.
While joining the Hustler’s camp, Owalo stated that Kenya needs a decisive; progressive; responsive; all-inclusive, and participatory leadership anchored on people-centric values.
“My honest opinion is that our problem really is not a bad constitution but lack of enforcement and political goodwill and capture of the state by a few individuals in total disregard to the interests of the Kenyan majority.” he added.
Owalo who unsuccessfully ran for Kibra parliamentary seat in November last year said referendum call is a scheme by a ‘few select and privileged families’ to unilaterally decide the leadership of Kenyans.