Deputy president William Ruto and his allies drawn from various parties affiliated to his Kenya Kwanza Alliance yesterday stormed Kilifi County for vote hunt in a mission to counter former prime minister Raila Odinga's wave in the region.
Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi. Photo courtesy.
However, Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi who recently ditched Azimio for Kenya Kwanza Alliance together with his Pamoja African Alliance party members were nowhere to be seen, this raised concerns about what could be the problem.
However, it has since been established that the governor and his allies skipped the rallies due to sibling Rivalry with United Democratic Alliance party led by Aisha Jumwa.
Reached for clarification, top PAA Party Official Dismissed claims that there is Fallout between the governor and Ruto and maintained that their support for the United Democratic Alliance party presidential candidate remains intact. He said that if there was any Fallout, Kingi would have communicated to the party members.
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