Professor James Ole Kiyiapi has hinted through his official twitter page a days after Kakamega deputy Governor Hon Ayub Savula claimed that he was forced to support Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga in the just concluded general elections.
According to him the stories by Ayub Savula is irrelevant and that political leaders should get down to work and stop making stories.
"Stories of who was coerced to join this or that coalition are tired and irrelevant. Politicians should get down to work, Kenyans are just coming out of hotly contested elections - and want promises made to be fulfilled, to the extent possible". Professor James Ole Kiyiapi wrote.
Remember that Ayub Savula is now claiming that he is a co- Governor with Fernandes Baraza and not deputy Governor. It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming days how Fernandes Baraza will reacts to Ayub Savula's utterances.
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