The Azimio La Umoja of Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta today has received a major setback after one of its powerful and influential governor joins the Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi to Nyamira.
Musalia Mudavdi who has been wooed to join the Azimio team has not been easy to joining the team. It has been realised that Musalia Mudavadi has settled not to work with Raila Odinga anymore after there fallout after the 2017 general election.
Mudavadi has of late been linked to the deputy president William Ruto where he might consider joining the hustler nation. Although he has not come clean of the claims, the second in command has come out calling for their reunion.
Today, Musalia Mudavid was in Nyamira county where he was accompanied by Nyamira county governor hon Amos Nyaribo.Musavid was also accompanied by Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja,Vincent Kimose and Nathaniel Mung'are.
￼￼￼This is a major setback to Raila and Uhuru as Nyamira is one of the counties that Rails Odinga is expecting to sleep votes that should not be divided a head of the election.
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