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Uhuru ordered us to leave our phones in the car says Mudavadi

President Uhuru Kenyatta legacy call for united country has seen him hold closed door meetings with his political class to unite. It is strongly believed that President Kenyatta is negotiating with One Kenya Alliance (OKA) leaders Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Kanu chairman Gideon Moi to back ODM leader Raila Odinga ahead of 2022 general elections to face Dp William Ruto.

The president believes that ODM party leader has all it takes to drive this country to where he wants to be in future. His efforts to bring on board OKA to support Odinga has not been fruitful yet with Musyoka and Mudavadi wanting to be in the race.

The ANC leader speaking in an interview at Inoro TV, dismissed all the alleged rumours that president Uhuru wanted them to back up Odinga. He stated that the rumours should be ignored since no one was there and therefore know nothing about what conspired in Mombasa meeting.

He said " We were even blocked from entering the closed meeting with our phones. We were forced to leave our phones in the cars just for security and privacy purposes. So nobody should come up with propaganda trying to explain what was discussed in the meeting".

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