Mudavadi said, “We are leaving no one behind. As One Kenya Alliance and Mt Kenya Unity Forum, we want an election that is verifiable, free and fair.”
The meeting with with the forum comes as key players in the 2022 race woo the mountain.
The Mt Kenya Foundation, an influential club of prominent businessmen from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s backyard, settled on Raila as its preferred 2022 presidential candidate early this month.
Members of the foundation were among the key guests at ODM leader Raila’s Azimio la Umoja meeting at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Nairobi.
Oka’s unity call comes as ODM leader Raila Odinga on Saturday expressed confidence his and Mudavadi’s paths will meet at a point.
“I still believe our paths will meet…. there are people who have been saying that Raila had only one bullet left, but that bullet is still there,” he said.
Raila spoke during Mudavadi’s step-mother Mama Rosebella Mudavadi’s burial in Vihiga on Saturday.
However, Mudavadi stood his ground, saying that he and Raila should agree to disagree.
He remained adamant that he will not back down on his bid for the presidency.
“If I win, you should accept, and if you win, I will accept,” Mudavadi said.