I am not anyone’s project, Murgor tell his competitors

  • UDM Presidential candidate urges electorate to vote for him due to his past good record
  • Murgor he is in the race to win and not to be used by others
  • The lawyer has ruled out joining jubilee Party

United Democratic Movement (UDM) party leader Philip Murgor has said he is not anyone’s project in his quest to become the country’s next President.

Murgor dismissed rumors that he is being used by another politicians  to divide votes saying his past records show that he is a principled individual and no one can use him to achieve his personal agenda.

“People know me from my previous working station, my previous records speaks for itself and therefore nobody can use me in any way,” Murgor said.

Speaking on Sunday 19th February during an interview with Citizen television, the UDM Presidential candidate also said he will not join Jubilee.

“Jubilee is the problem that we are trying to solve as a country and therefore I cannot join it if I have to form a coalition with another party, then it has to be an opposition party,” Murgor said.

Murgor said among the Presidential candidates seeking to unseat President Uhuru Kenyatta in the forthcoming general election in August 8, he is the best of them all since he is not tainted by any corruption story.

“I am the only one with no graft story hanging on my neck and therefore the best that the country can have,” Murgor said.

He admitted that he has no money like the rest of his competitors for his campaign. “Very soon I will come to people to support me raise campaign money. I believe politics is about telling people policies and not giving out money,” he said



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