When in RV he says he will work with Ruto,goes to central and says he will work with Uhuru,Does he really know what he wants???????
Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi on Monday announced he will work with Mr Uhuru Kenyatta in the next General Election.
Speaking at Ol Kalou Town in Nyandarua County, Mr Mudavadi said he would join hands with Mr Kenyatta to avert a run-off.
“A run-off will be too costly for the country. At a time when we are trying to build infrastructure, the last thing we want to do is spend money on a run-off,” he said.
Speaking in Kikuyu, the DPM urged Kenyans to shun tribalism.
He later opened a UDF office in the town.
Speaking at the same occasion, Ikolomani MP Bonny Khalwale said a victim of the 2007 post-election violence, he wanted Kenyans to maintain peace.
“In 2007, Kibaki hired a helicopter to rescue me in Nyanza,” he said.
Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni claimed there was a plot by some leaders to divide Kenyans and force a run-off.
“We are aware that some leaders are planning to divide us so that in the second round, they can get the Rift Valley vote,” he said.
Mr Mudavadi was on a tour of Nyandarua. Area MP Erastus Mureithi was not present.
During a stopover in Elburgon, Nakuru, Mr Mudavadi said he had no plans to reunite with Prime Minister Raila Odinga in ODM.
Responding to questions from residents, the DPM said he was confident he would win the presidency on a United Democratic Forum ticket.
“I left ODM and I’m not going back there,” he declared.
Last week, ODM amended its constitution to allow other members to challenge the PM as the flag bearer.
Mr Mudavadi, who quit ODM in April alleging dictatorship, repeated calls for Mr Odinga to retire with President Kibaki.
“They have done their part and should now allow us to unite Kenyans,” he said.
The Sabatia MP blamed the old guard for the bloodshed after the 2007 elections.