BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA
Musalia Mudavadi, the Amani National Congress (ANC) leader has dismissed rumours that he is unwell.
Mr. Mudavadi has been silent for a week and was away from the public drawing speculations that he could be sick.
When contacted by a local newspaper, the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principal said he was as “fit as a fiddle.”
Niko salama kabisa. Watu wasiwe na wasiwasi. Niko imara kabisa (I’m very fine. Let people not be anxious. I’m very strong),” the ANC leader told the local newspaper on the phone.
He neither confirmed nor denied the rumours on his health. He has been away for the whole of November as the last time he was seen in public was on October 31 in a political rally in Thika.
“In a few days’ time, you will see me. There is no problem. I’m strong,” he added.
The local newspaper reports that Mr Mudavadi was taken ill and on doctor’s advice, asked to take a break from active political campaigns.
“He was given a rest and is still under doctor’s instructions to relax. He should be up and about soon,” said Mr Mudavadi’s close aide.