Trouble is looming in Azimio coalition camp following the decision by the Azimio council to drop over 100 Azimio candidates from the race to pave way for stronger Azimio allies so as to boost their chances of winning the race against their counterparts from the Kenya Kwanza team.
According to the report released by KTN News, over 100 Azimio candidates are likely to be dropped from various political quest so as to give a chance of their Azimio allied candidates to get majority of votes with the aim of defeating those of Kenya Kwanza.
This comes after the Azimio team realized that the very many political parties within Azimio coalition that have fielded their candidates will probably cause splitting of votes hence giving Ruto a huge chance of having many numbers in National Assembly and the Senate in the coming government.
The meeting that was chaired by Raila Odinga at KICC came into conclusion of blocking a number of candidates with little popularity in some parts of Mt Kenya, Nyanza, Western, coastal, Ukambani and done parts of Rift Valley dropped to give room for popular candidate to contest in the race with high chances of winning the race.
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