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Amani Coalition confident of landslide victory

07 January 2013, 13:39

Bungoma - Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi and Justice Minister Eugene Wamalwa have expressed confidence that their Amani Coalition will emerge victorious in the forthcoming elections.

According to Daily Nation, the two who were speaking on a live talk show hosted by West FM assured their supporters that they have put in place strategies to ensure they win the elections with a landslide.

Wamalwa said the Luhya community has the second largest number of registered voters after the Kikuyu and that they are entering the race as the second best team.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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