City Lawyer Donald B Kipkorir, an ardent supporter of former prime minister Raila Odinga, has broken silence on the exit of Machakos Governor Dr Alfred Mutua from the giant Azimio-One Kenya coalition party.
The flamboyant Lawyer has faulted those tasked with running of the coalition arguing that the party needs to be placed in order. Kipkorir faulted the coalition for sidelining other parties especially in decision making process.
The Lawyer called on president Uhuru Kenyatta who is the coalition's chairman and former prime minister Raila Odinga who is the party leader to personally take control of the coalition before it is late.
"AZIMIO Coalition needs to fix its internal sabotage & intrigues ASAP. A Political Coalition should be run like a military organization with all Partners being on the same page. And any disputes resolved internally. Uhuru Kenyatta & Raila Odinga should take personal charge." Lawyer Kipkorir posted on his social media pages.
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