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KIthure Kindiki Speaks On Azimio MPs Blaming Ruto Of "Inducing" Some of Them, Claims They Do It Willingly

The Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party is concerned that president-elect William Ruto is courting leaders allied to the coalition without regarding the law.

It all started with legislators, senators and governors elected on independent tickets before the UDM party, formerly of Azimio, jumped ship to back Ruto.

Azimio is now warning the Deputy president against "returning to the corrupt culture of political defection." The coalition, through its spokeswoman Makau Mutua, chastised Ruto for breaking his promise to allow the opposition to strengthen itself if he is sworn in as Kenya's fifth president.

Kithure Kindiki, a former senator and close ally of William Ruto, has spoken out against Azimio parliamentarians who blame William Ruto for their decision claim that Azimio has realized they do not have number in both houses. He said that legislators that join Ruto's side do so willingly and without coercion.Thanks for reading my article. Please share your thoughts with us and follow me for more updates. Here is the link;

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