Former Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Jeremiah Kioni has now claimed that they cannot stop exodus of political leaders from Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance to the ruling Kenya Kwanza coalition before 2027 general election.
Speaking at a K24 TV Live show on Tuesday night, Kioni alleged that Jubilee party, which is part of the opposition coalition would not prevent politicians who were planning to ditch the party and their movement for the president Dr William Ruto-led faction from doing so. Link: https://www.facebook.com/187678903140/posts/pfbid0v1zLrNKMMS446YUEk6egHd6M1NFYyog4x2cvd1JowD7a4YkznBfZwS696t6Zac7Yl/?app=fbl
According to the vocal Jubilee politician, members of Jubilee and Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya movement who had decided to consider dissenting from beliefs and aspirations of the party and, resolved to chat different political paths need to be given space.
He alleged that there were some Jubilee MPs who have expressed interest in working with Dr Ruto's government. He disclosed that one of them had sent a letter of resignation from Jubilee in readiness for his exit and subsequent entry into one of the Kenya Kwanza coalition parties in preparation for 2027 polls.
"We have seen our members saying that they are going to work with the current government and these are statements that you must allow and give space but it doesn't mean that Jubilee is moving in that direction," said Kioni.
However, he argued that the politicians who were keen on joining the government side of political divide should have done so immediately after 2022 elections, the way United Democratic Movement (UDM) did in a bid to get desired results of doing so.
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