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Nandi: Mudavadi Makes New Revelations On What Uhuru Told OKA And Raila In Mombasa Over 2022 Top Seat

Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has made new revelations on what president Uhuru Kenyatta told ODM chief Raila Odinga, One Kenya Alliance (OKA) which comprises of him, former vice-president Kalonzo Musyoka, Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula and Kenya African National Union (KANU) chairman Gideon Moi on 2022 presidential election.

While at a funeral in Nandi county on Tuesday, the ANC chief noted that the president did not call on any of them to endorse anyone for the top seat in 2022 polls. He noted that Uhuru never pressured them to support Raila Odinga as was alleged.

Mudavadi informed Nandi governor Stephen Sang who was also present at the event that he would be running for presidency in the forthcoming polls. Also, he lightly informed the county boss that he expected him (Musalia Mudavadi) to spill the beans on what happened at the Mombasa meeting. He argued that Uhuru never forced any of them to rally behind anybody.

"Governor Sang I want to tell you that I will be running for presidency. I know you wanted to know what Uhuru said while we were in Mombasa and what he said while in Nairobi. I know lawyers beat about the push while interrogating you so that they put you into a trap and Uhuru did not force anyone to support anybody," Mudavadi told Sang.

This comes after the president called a meeting of Raila and the OKA leaders in Mombasa recently, where they reportedly discussed the country's economic situation and 2022 elections.

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