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"Let's Respect Each Other" Martha Karua Sends This Message To KK Gov't After Meeting With Mudavadi

On Saturday, Azimio la Umoja's fans were left hanging after Narc Kenya party head and Ex-running Odinga's mate Martha Karua made a literal statement that elicited conflicting responses from Kenyans.

Speaking at Bukhungu Stadium, Karua vowed to collaborate with Ruto's Kenya Kwanza leaders despite Raila Odinga's steadfast stance to constantly monitor Ruto's government as he launches his 2027 plans.

Asserting that it is now time to put their differences aside and cooperate with Kenya Kwanza Cabinet Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi, Karua, who was joined by Kakamega Governor Fernandes Barasa, said that they are both in attendance at the meeting.

The timing of her comments coincided with Raila Odinga's vicious attack on the Ruto Administration, in which he said that if his strongholds were excluded from government projects, he would instruct his supporters to protest and refuse to pay taxes.

Martha Karua appears to have decided to move on from losing the presidential race to their rival Kenya Kwanza and is now eager to form the government for the sake of Kenyans, as is evident by her apparent agreement.

In 2027, when he plans to implement significant changes to the IEBC and judiciary, Odinga also intimated that he will be stronger than ever.

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