Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has rejected claims that they are being asked to cede ground for Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) chief Raila Odinga.
Mudavadi termed the claims as pure propaganda by rivals keen to split the One Kenya Alliance, saying only voters will decide who will be the country’s 5th president
It is a rumble in the mountain and Mudavadi is stepping up his effort to a have a slice of the vote rich Central Kenya region.
For nearly the 7th time in 3 months, Mudavadi pitched tent in Central Kenya on Saturday when he attended a fundraiser at St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Nyandarua County.
“Hiyo ilikuwa porojo, rais wa Kenya hajashurutisha mtu yeyote kwa mambo ambayo watu wanataka kuzungumzia,” said Mudavadi.
The ANC party leader said it is only Kenyans who will determine their next president and not boardroom political deals.
“Kupitia kwa njia ambayo ata kanisa itakubali, watu watapiga kura na watachagua kiongozi ambaye wanapenda wachukue nafasi kuanzia 2022 kuenda mbele,” he stated.
Mudavadi warned Kenyans to be mindful of the leaders they elect, saying leaders’ temperament was critical for those who assume office as it will determine the country’s stability and unity.
“Let us not have angry leaders, hasira ni kitu kibaya. When you’re angry you’re likely to administer in anger, and when you administer in anger you can hurt people,” he said.
Mudavadi has visited Nyeri County twice, Murang’a County, Nakuru County and last week he was in Githunguri, Kiambu County, as he faces Mt. Kenya for the critical presidential vote.
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