“I’m the right hand man of Mudavadi, and why should we ignore your proposal if it would lead to better leadership? I can assure you that my brother can work with Uhuru, and provide better leadership,” he said.
The leaders also took the podium to declare Raila a non-reformer, quoting revelations by a former aide of the PM, Miguna Miguna in his book.
“The book has revealed possible corrupt deals in the Prime Minister’s office. We should always look for a future-minded leader, and not one who always fights for his selfish gains,” he said.
Kizito said Raila should prove to the Kibera people that he could deliver before seeking votes from other Kenyans.
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