Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi has called upon Kenyans, not to dwell on the results of the latest opinion polls, that showed that the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition flag bearer Raila Odinga was ahead of Deputy President William Ruto.
Mudavadi who led a group of Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders for an Economic Forum in Kitui County on Tuesday argued that the polls are cooked to create a notion that Raila was head of the DP, yet that was not what was on the grassroot level.
He excluded that Ruto will be elected as the next president, claiming that having traversed across the country with the DP, he had noted that majority of Kenyans are supporting the KKA camp.
Mudavadi further dismissed Raila's presidential bid terming him a political project of President Uhuru Kenyatta,
"Do not be lied by the fake opinion polls, I want to tell you that Kenyans have rejected the state project of President Uhuru in the name of Azimio, they will elect him. Kenyans are behind Deputy President William Ruto."
Mudavadi was accompanied by Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua and well as Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi among others.
Listen to Mudavadi's sentiments in this video at minute 3.
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