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Mudavadi: I’m not Uhuru, Ruto project

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Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi will not abandon the Orange Democratic Party even if he fails to become its presidential candidate.Surrounded by leading ODM MPs from Mombasa County, Mudavadi dismissed as "dreamers" those claiming he is sponsored by Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s rivals to challenge the Langata MP for the party’s presidential ticket.Speaking in Mombasa where he continued with his campaigns for the ODM ticket, Mudavadi, who is also Sabatia MP and Minister for Local Government, castigated those trying to label him a "project" of Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Eldoret North MP William Ruto.Said Mudavadi: "This is nonsense. I am trying to consolidate democracy in democracy in ODM and I cannot leave the party even after losing in the nominations.

Those claiming that I am working for other political forces are living in a dream world."The DPM made the remarks when he met 240 delegates from Changamwe, Likoni, Mvita and Kisauni at Sai Rock Hotel in Mombasa county.Mudavadi has been in the media shoring up his campaign strategy and rolling up his sleeves to compete against Prime Minister Raila Odinga who has also declared interest in the top seat.His latest campaign onslaught has generated heat within ODM ranks and attracted the interest in the party’s rivals who view him as a possible compromise candidate in the General Election.Mudavadi was flanked by ODM vice-chairman Ramadhan Kajembe, national organising secretary Hassan Joho and Likoni MP Masoud Mwahima. Shinyalu MP Justus Kizito and Hamisi counterpart George Hariri also accompanied him...For more info Click here