President William Ruto's administration has received a major political bloost after the former ruling party: the Jubilee party promised to support this administration as opposed to the coalitions stand of criticising the administration of Ruto's team ever since taking over as the fifth administration in the country.
The former ruling party has once again reaffirmed that it's still in the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition although it will participate in the Raila Odinga schemed demonstrations in the country saying it will continue pushing for the agenda of the party.
"Jubilee is in Azimio, but that does not stop us from pushing out party's agenda. We will support the government of the day and correct it on behalf of Kenyans" Jeremiah Kioni said.
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