Uhuru Kenyatta agreed to step down for Mudavadi
18 August 2016, 09:12
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta had allegedly agreed to step down for former UDF leader, Musalia Mudavadi ahead of the 2013 Presidential elections.
A new document has emerged detailing the contents of the agreement which the President later dismissed as the work of dark forces.
According to Standard, the one-page document was signed by the president, his deputy and Mudavadi in the presence of two lawyers.
The three, who signed the agreement on December 4 at Mudavadi’s residence in Riverside Drive, agreed that TNA, URP and UDF would share the government in the ratio 45:35:20.
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UhuRuto’s failure to honor the agreement has created a rift between the two parties.
Mudavadi, who had pledged to try his presidential bid for the second time in 2017, has however been rumoured to be in talks with opposition.
It is alleged that CORD leader Raila Odinga has been considering backing Mudavadi for Presidency in the next general election as this would increase their chances of trouncing UhuRuto.