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Mudavadi maintains he is the safest pair of hands to occupy Statehouse once Uhuru leaves office

24, Oct 2021

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi maintains he is the safest pair of hands to occupy the statehouse once Uhuru Kenyatta leaves office. Mudavadi who was speaking in Kajiado county said the country needs someone who will restore stability. But even as he spoke in Kajiado, businessman and ODM presidential hopeful Jimmy Wanjigi’s scramble to get a piece of the orange, as he seeks to vie for the presidency on an ODM party ticket is continuing to put him at loggerheads with party leader Raila Odinga. Wanjigi, who on Sunday took his popularization campaign to Embu county, faulted the handshake between Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta, saying it was the cause of undemocratic decisions in the orange party.

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