Kenyans were left with rhetoric thoughts on Saturday morning after Malindi Member of Parliament, Aisha Jumwa, imparted her photo with COTU chief, Francis Atwoli. Msambweni MP, Feisal Bader, was also among them. A segment of Kenyans believed that the vocal political leader was almost moving out of Ruto's camp.
However, Aisha Jumwa has come out to talk about the meeting with Atwoli, answering any doubts. She was among the female politicians who went for the UDA campaigns in Kiambaa on Monday. Jumwa guaranteed Ruto allies that her support for UDA stays unbowed. She likewise suppressed the people who have been spreading reports that she is leaving the Hustler Movement Crew.
"You saw a few group spreading fake bits of hearsay that I'm leaving UDA party since I had a meeting with Atwoli. I'm advising them to go rest and dream once more. My support for the hustler nation is unflinching. How might I take off from a decent house to go along with one that is falling? I'm disclosing to them that am not an inhabitant in UDA but rather the landowner," said the vocal Mp.
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