Musalia Mudavadi: Why I want Kenya's top job

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Kenya's former vice-president and current deputy prime minister, Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi, is one of the candidates running for the top job in next week's presidential election.

Some analysts believe that he is unlikely to win the race with frontrunners like Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta.

But they point out that he might become the country's kingmaker.

BBC Africa's Anne Mawathe asked him why he wanted to be president.

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