The Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya alliance has finally decided to settle down in the opposition despite concerns over who is actually in charge of the blue ship after coming to grips with last month's electoral disaster.
With President Uhuru Kenyatta's departure and Raila Odinga's defeat to William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza, it is still unknown whether the two major figures will want to remain the political faces of Azimio through the year 2027 or if they will act as kingmakers by supporting a different politician as the coalition's standard bearer.
Even though Karua believes she should be picked next under the present system, Kalonzo, who has backed him three times in a row, expects to be the one chosen this time.
Wambua claims that the secretariat and council, which make up Azimio's executive branch, have not changed, therefore the blue ship's management continues as before. It will be fascinating to see how long this status persists, though, as political interests and reality are constantly shifting.
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