ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi has refuted claims that he is being fronted by a section of leaders allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta as his favourite Successor come 2022.
Mudavadi says he will seek the mandate to lead Kenya from the voters and his 2022 Presidential bid is not pegged on any endorsement from someone.
Mudavadi says he aims to transform Kenyans lives and turn around the dwindling economy of the country and this will form the basis by which he will be seeking the top seat come 2022.
The Amani National Congress party leader says his agenda number one will focus on reviving the economy, creating jobs and uniting the country.
Mudavadi who was speaking in Kivagala, Maragoli North in Vihiga County during the Burial of the Late Mzee Francis Chogo, a former mayor in the defunct Vihiga Municipal Council, reiterated the need of Kenyans to interrogate the leaders they want to vote in office before casting a single vote for them.
“I appeal to Kenyans to be extra vigilant and cautious and not to fall into the trap of politics of ethnicity and divisions. Transition times in Presidential elections are usually delicate and trying,” said Mudavadi.
Mudavadi urged Kenyans to shun from listening to leaders who want to use politics of deceit and chest thumping to divide Kenyans along tribal and class lines within the society.
Present were COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli, and ANC Members of Parliament Ayub Savula, Alfred Agoi, Ernest Kagesi, Beatrice Adagala and a host of MCAs.