The Jubilee party delegation from Nairobi has given its officials 14 days to withdraw from the Azimio coalition, claiming that the ODM party is in charge of coalition decision-making. As the party's fronted chair in Nairobi, Mark Ndung'u has said that the party will not participate in the recent consultative meetings that Azimio launched. Additionally, he said that the party had gathered 10,000 signatures in support of their decision to depart.
Ndung'u stated, "We have gathered over 10,000 signatures and want to make sure that we depart Azimio in 14 days.
The delegates requested an accounting of all the cash given to the agents in a meeting convened on Sunday.
"Your self-serving demonstrations, which only benefit one person, are enough for us. Our time together is up. War and protest are not acceptable to us. The payments intended for agents working for the Azimio coalition need to be clarified; the intended recipients did not receive the money, according to Ndung'u.
Since the alliance is anticipating former president Uhuru Kenyatta's retirement as coalition chair, Raila Odinga would take a heavy hit from this. Follow the page to receive daily news updates.
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