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Mudavadi lashes out at Raila over Jubilee job

26 November 2013, 14:39

Nairobi - The Amani Coalition leader, Musalia Mudavadi , has rubbished former  Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s claims that he is using the Bungoma senatorial by-election to get a job in the Jubilee government.

According to Mudavadi, Raila is the one who has been lobbying for an appointment as a mediator, The Standard reports.

Mudavadi, who was Raila’s ally but parted ways before the March 4 polls told the former premier that he will no longer use politics to divide communities living in western Kenya, especially after the General Elections.

Concerning reports that Raila had referred to the Amani Coalition as confused, Mudavadi said they had presented a united front in the by-election set for December 19, unlike the discord Cord, adding that Raila had not been appointed by anyone to supervise other political parties.

- For more visit The Standard


Uhuru pardons 2747 death row convicts

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