Musalia Mudavadi has asked Raila Odinga to retire from politics and give others a chance to lead.
Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the Amani National Congress, has slammed ODM leader Raila Odinga once more, urging him to step down from politics.
Mudavadi, speaking in Butula, Busia County, on Monday, claimed Kenyans are tired of Raila’s leadership and that it is past time for him to step down.
Mudavadi said he put aside his presidential ambitions in 2007 and 2017 in favor of Raila, while Ford Kenya’s Moses Wetang’ula did the same in 2013.
“Tumechoka. Tunamwambia Raila aondoe jam watu wengine waende mbele,” he said.
Mudavadi described Raila Odinga as a state-sponsored project forced on Kenyans.
Despite serving two terms as president, the ANC leader accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of plotting to interfere his succession.
He reiterated that all they seek from the president is respect.
“We want his respect as the leader of our country, and once he finishes his term, he should rest and engage in peace initiatives, Kenyans want to choose their leader. That is why we are saying we don’t want political projects,” Mudavadi said.