On his Facebook page, the former UNCTAD boss Dr Mukhisa Kituyi has broken his silence speaking about his presidential ambitions and further using the platform to reveal the coalition he will vote for in the upcoming presidential election.
Dr Mukhisa Kituyi had earlier on resigned from UNCTAD and declared interest in the presidential candidacy in the upcoming general elections but according to him (Mukhisa Kituyi) his presidential ambitions were killed be Raila Odinga's running mate Hon Martha Karua.
It is therefore good news for Raila Odinga as Kituyi revealed that he will vote for Martha Karua, a clear indication that his vote will go into Raila Odinga's Azimio basket.
However, it is bad news for William Ruto as Dr Mukhisa Kituyi further alleged that Ruto's running mate Hon Rigathi Gachagua is not fit to be given the post of the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya.
The above sentiments by Mukhisa Kituyi is a clear indication that he will not support the Deputy President's Kenya Kwanza political merger in the August polls.
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