Farmers Party lead by Irungu Nyakera has filed a petition in the Milimani High Court to sue Azimio on derail claims. According to Farmers Party, "On Friday 30th September 2022, the party has learned of clandestine plain to derail the operation of the newly elected Kenya Kwanza government through an attempt to have United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and farmers Party de-registered. UDA and Farmers Party have both been served with Court papers in which they have been sued for alleged registration of members without the consent of the said petitioners. A close look at the court papers, however reveals a hurried attempt by the proxies of Azimio to derail the government of president William Samoei Ruto, as the suit seeks the de-registration of the two political parties, despite the glaring death of the evidence of any person illegally registered by the parties." He continues to explain as shown below.
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