Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is reaping the rewards as the top leader of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance joins the Union Coalition Declaration. Presumably, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and Azimio la Umoja are big blocks with big eyes aiming to win the upcoming tournament.
Therefore, both Alliances continue to consolidate their agenda and highlight their bids to improve their pursuit in August.
In addition, they are growing their ambitions in several states across the country as they hunt for more votes in favor of passing.
Presumably, the Western Kenya region is among the strongest areas with supporters of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and Azimio la Umoja. Likewise, the supporters tossed the weapons to their sides as they defended and built victories.
According to reports, the former deputy of Kenneth Lusaka of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance demolished the camp and joined the Azimio candidate. He says he has been denied support for the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
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