Mudavadi Finally Explains Why He Didn't Attend Raila's Mock Swearing
By CKM12 | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 0 views
Former Vice president Musalia Mudavadi has finally clarified on why he and other NASA co-principals didn't attend Raila's mock swearing in. He clarified this while speaking to Citizen tv's Waihiga Mwaura. The politician recently attacked Raila Odinga for his interest in 2022 presidential elections.Mudavadi had the following to say.
"What was the relevance of Raila's swearing in? Who is the current president of Kenya? It's Uhuru Kenyatta.Raila's swearing in would not be recognized internally or anywhere else in the world. The was no significance at all of participating".
Raila has said he will not support any NASA co-principals due to their refusal to support in the swearing in.Mudavadi and other principals have started forming new alliances in their build to 2022. Mudavadi also said there was nothing wrong with being endorsed. He said endorsements are very important in politics. Gideon Moi has recently joined the alliance and together they have been campaigning in Western Kenya.
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