Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance led by Former Prime minister, Raila Odinga, has left netizens chatting on various social media platforms. This is after they dropped Raila Odinga's sibling, Oburu Oginga from top Parliamentary Service Commission work, something that netizens can't quit discussing it via online platforms.
As per the source, Azimio has dropped Oburu Odinga who they chose as the alliance's candidate to Parliamentary Service Commission, PSC.
Presently, this news concerning Azimio dropping Raila Odinga's sibling from top PSC work, has turned into online sensation on various social media platforms where by, it's starting blended responses from netizens right now.
Many are on a mission to ask the justification for what reason Azimio dropped Oburu Odinga from this lucrative position while, others are out saying that this may be a disaster for Oburu Odinga simultaneously.
What is your views on Azimio la Umoja's decision to drop Raila Odinga's sibling from PSC position.
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