Mudavadi has for the first time publicly came out to defend the deputy president William Ruto from Uhuru attacks ahead of 2022. Mudavadi is clear the president must remain guarded and stop attacking DP Ruto all the time over nothing but personal differences.
Mudavadi made it clear DP Ruto just like other leaders in the country have a right to seek the highest office come 2022. Mudavadi is concerned of Uhuru attacks to his deputy yet the president is not a candidate in the 2022 general election.
Mudavadi made it clear Raila was too slow to compare with DP Ruto a reason the president must avoid forcing him down the people. Mudavadi made it clear he is in talks with several leaders and he would finally decide who to work with come the 2022 general election.
Mudavadi also urged Uhuru to stop speaking in parables for it's now clear he was solidly behind Raila Odinga ahead of the 2022 general election. However the ANC part leader made it clear Odinga will fail terribly for no state project can win an election.
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