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Aisha Jumwa Explains Her Absence From UDA's Rallies

Reports asserted that Jumwa joined Azimio la Umoja since she was prominently absent from Deputy President William Ruto's missions.

Nonetheless, Jumwa eased all feelings of dread by her allies and DP Ruto's partners by avowing that she could never dump Ruto for previous Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja.

Juma was pronounced a dissident by the party that supported her to Parliament, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), which is essential for the Azimio la Umoja alliance. This was after she embraced Ruto for the administration and has since lobbied for and supported the DP's base up monetary model.

The MP clarified that it would be unusual for her to abandon ODM and join UDA just to return her choice.

"I have been at home unwinding and I need to address my kin, from Kilifi. I'm a pioneer who is strong and I am not effortlessly pushed or shaken. I'm inside UDA as one of the organizers of the party," the Malindi MP expressed.

Jumwa added that she would not join Azimio asserting that it was driven by cons and traitors. The MP guaranteed her allies that she will be back from her brief break.

The official who was last spotted at the DP's assembly in Eldoret toward the beginning of January 2022, missed the DP's visit in Western Kenya and the Mt Kenya locale.

On Tuesday, January 25, she neglected to show up in court in a continuous homicide case. Her attorney Danstan Omari, contended that his customer was sick and couldn't go to Mombasa for the procedures.

Omari further guaranteed that Jumwa had been exhorted by her PCPs to rest for five days. The arraignment scrutinized the lawyer's feelings and requested that he give applicable reports to discover his case.

The lead examiner blamed Jumwa for pretending ailment and challenged the delay of the case.

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