United Democratic Forum party leader Cyrus Jirongo who is a Gubernatorial Candidate in Kakamega County ahead of this year's general elections.has slammed Azimio presidential candidate Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga for trying to force him to abandon his Gubernatorial ambition to support Fernandes Baraza.
Cyrus Jirongo accused Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga of forcing voters into voting six piece for ODM Candidates despite knowing that there are other political parties in Azimio.
"Raila Odinga cannot tell me to abandon my party and focus in ODM party. I don't need his help in my Campaigns, he can't come to our political kitchen. Let him respect us". he said.
In my opinion Raila Odinga should allow Cyrus Jirongo to go to the ballot since he believe that he can beat both Cleophas Malala and Fernandes Baraza in Kakamega Gubernatorial race.
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