Speaking to KTN, the NASA co-principal said that some Jubilee operatives reached out to him and promised to get him a seat in government, a proposal he turned down.
He is committed to seeing through the opposition’s reform agenda, he said.
”It’s not in the cards nor table, I am a founder member of NASA, and it’s a household name whose values I believe in. If there are any issues, we will solve them within NASA,” he said.
The former Deputy Prime Minister also revealed that he would be on the ballot come 2022.
”My ambitions remain, I have never denied that I want to serve this country as the President of the People of Kenya. If they want me to do so, that can be actualized in a free and fair electoral process,” he added.
On December 24, Mudavadi accused the reigning regime of trying to silence him, but will not relent in his fight for electoral justice, he said.
“Some leaders in Jubilee are pleading with me to abandon the reform train. That I should calm down; let them get on the gravy train. They don’t know what steel I made from. This is my New Year message to them; let me assure you I cannot jump off this electoral justice reform train into an empty cattle carriage. Electoral reform is not for Raila or Mudavadi. It is for posterity. It is for all Kenyans. Every vote must count. Elections must stop being a ritual of theft. Elections must stop being a conspiracy of one, two or three tribes to steal from others. Every Kenyan must have an opportunity to vote and to win or lose fairly. Kenya is not a monarch,” he said.
Word has it that President Kenyatta’s party has been plotting to divide and conquer the opposition and ultimately isolate the former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga.
The Nation, on December 27 reported that the ruling party planned to appoint Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and other key NASA members to government.
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