Speaking in Kabarnet, Baringo County, on Sunday, Mudavadi said the Mount Kenya region, where the majority of votes are perceived as largely presidential Quest Vice President William Ruto is supported.
Raila, according Mudavadi has, should no chance of enough votes from the region and anchoring of the race for the Capitol retreat.
"Uhuru told me that if he he is retiring with Raila to retire, but I've watched him and I've seen, it could be true, because the other day we were in and I saw Mt.Kenya it is full to the brim with Kenya Kwanza trailer. The earthquake in Kenya Kwanza "Mudavadi said.
Mudavadi chastised the Azimio la Umoja outfit, it is to be called a "political slaughter" and accuse them to prevent leaving the coalition announced after his defection leader Wiper Kalonzo Musyoka.
Azimio is a political slaughterhouse to treat people as hostages because Kalonzo entered there, he says he now no democratic freedom has to find his own way, Mudavadi said.
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