Charity Ngilu who is the governor of Kitui, urged Raila and Kalonzo to come and work together in the general elections.Sje also said that if they form a coalition like the one in 2002, they will win very early in the morning. Therefore, she told them to plan on how to for a super alliance.
She (Ngilu) advised Raila and Kalonzo that if they will not come together it will be difficult to beat deputy president Ruto.Kitui governor Ngilu also said that she will try to meet both two principals to discuss the possibility of working together.
In addition, she said that the lower Eastern has been left behind from mojar government projects. Therefore, urged Raila to fight for the Kamba's also to get their share just the way Nyanza region has benefited.
"Tafadhali ni lazima tukae chini ili ata sisi ukambani tuletewe kitu. Ata sisi tuko ndani ya handisheki," alisema Ngilu.
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