Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetang'ula has broken his silence just a few hours after he was linked to a firm that specializes in the printing of ballot papers.
Earlier today, the Daily Nation depicted that the Raila led camp was alleging on a well-oiled plot to manipulate election results when they dragged the name of Senator Moses Wetang'ula in the aforementioned deal with the printer firm situated in Greece.
Following these allegations, Moses Wetang'ula has come out to clear his name and send a clear message to their opponents drawn from the ODM camp led by the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
In his statement, Wetang'ula has asked ODM to keep him out of their election woes adding that they are staring at a disastrous election outing.
He has also distanced himself from the allegations being leveled against him. According to him, he knows absolutely nothing about ballot printing business and those involved in it.
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