The Amani National Congress party boss who is also a principle in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance squad has resurfaced online almost four days after the general elections were conducted and the tallying of results began.
He urged Kenyans not to be distracted by people he called promoters of unrest.
There have been several social media posts declaring winners and losers in the general elections which led to a rise in tension.
During this period, rumours are being peddled left right and center which has caused a lot of concern.
Mr Musalia Mudavadi, the former deputy prime minister, urged his supporters to uphold the Kenyan constitution and its integrity by maintaining law and order.
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