Amani National Congress

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Amani National Congress
LeaderMusalia Mudavadi
Split fromUnited Democratic Forum Party
IdeologySocial liberalism
National affiliationNational Super Alliance
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The Amani National Congress (ANC) is a social-liberal political party in Kenya.


The party was established by Musalia Mudavadi in 2015 after he left the United Democratic Forum Party, with around 300 UDF members from Nairobi joining the new party.[1][2]

Prior to the 2017 general elections Mudavadi formed the National Super Alliance,[3] which supported put forward Raila Odinga as its presidential candidate. The parties contested the parliamentary elections alone, with the ANC becoming the fourth largest in Parliament, winning three seats in the Senate and fourteen in the National Assembly.[4][5]


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