Speaking in Kabarnet in Baringo County, Musalia Mudavadi expressed his concerns of huge backing from Mt Kenya region. He alleged that Kenya Kwanza under DP William Ruto will get a huge support from the mountain and that Raila Odinga should stop thinking that he will get votes from the region. Musalia Mudavadi remarks comes after many have given Odinga an upper hand to win the interests of Mt Kenya after picking Martha Karua as his running mate.
Musalia Mudavadi is amongst the principles in NASA Coalition that left Raila Odinga in favour of DP William Ruto citing mistrust issues. Together with Wetangula and Maendeleo Chap Chap Party leader Hon Dr Alfred Mutua are busy drumming support to DP William Ruto citing him as the best bet for Kenyans top leadership.
The issue of Mt Kenya is a puzzle that has given top leaders headache as it's a region that plays a very crucial role in determining the presidential candidates. DP William Ruto is the man that is believed to be in the heart of many though Raila Odinga is trying to counter his influence there. However, Musalia Mudavadi has told him blantantly that he should forget about the votes of the great region.
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