Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi claims that President Uhuru Kenyatta revealed to him that his support for Raila Odinga is not genuine and that he will retire together with the ODM leader.
Though the Kenya Kwanza kingpin did not disclose when the two spoke about Raila Odinga, he added that Uhuru clearly understands that it's Kenya Kwanza which will form the next government.
In support of his statement, Mudavadi said that it is questionable why elected politicians from Uhuru's Kiambu county are not part of Azimio-One Kenya alliance. Furthermore, Uhuru had promised to deliver success of the BBI and campaign for Raila which he hasn't done up to date.
He insisted that he was making the allegations public before everyone so that President Uhuru can come forward to deny or confirm the claim.
Mudavadi was speaking during a campaign rally in Hamisi constituency, Vihiga County where he slammed Raila Odinga saying that the Western Kenya region hasn't benefited from the 15 years they've supported him. He urged the residents to vote for William Ruto for the sake of the 30 percent of the government promise.
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