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Top Leader Denies Allegations That President Uhuru Has Been Meeting Them Secretly

A file photo of president Uhuru Kenyatta at Musalia Mudavadi's residence.

Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has denied allegations that Okoa Kenya Alliance (OKA) is holding private meetings with President Uhuru Kenyatta to find his next year's successor.

The OKA coalition includes Mr Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper), Moses Wetangula (Ford-Kenya) and Kanu leader Gedion Moi.

Rumors have been circulating that the leaders have been secretly negotiating with President Kenyatta, in what appears to be a process to find a successor in 2022.

Mr Mudavadi, however, denied the allegations, saying they were baseless.

Dismissing Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia's statement, which has sparked controversy that the 'government network' will decide who will succeed President Kenyatta, Mudavadi said voters are the ones who will decide who will enter the White House.

"Voters will decide who will enter the State House in 2022," the ANC leader stressed.

"The government network debate to decide who will be president next year should not even be mentioned or discussed," he said.

A few days ago, Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru filed a statement at the EACC's Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters following allegations of embezzlement of county funds and was accompanied by Lugari MP Ayub Savula, who claimed the ANC was harassing her. to be Mudavadi's running mate.

Mr Mudavadi has dismissed the MP's statement, the ANC's deputy leader, calling it "a personal statement that does not represent the party".

"We are not looking for anything, although we are inviting leaders with visions and policies like ours to liberate Kenya," he explained.

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