Famous Azimio blogger, Lord Abraham Mutai, who has been defending Raila Odinga for a long time has finally admitted that Kalonzo Musyoka's recent move of dumping Azimio la Umoja will greatly cost former prime minister Raila Odinga in the coming general election.
Wiper party leader has shown interest in presidential seat and Abraham Mutai has revealed that all votes that he will get would have gone to Raila Odinga if they were still working together.
"Kalonzo Musyoka on the ballot will eat Azimio la Umoja votes. Even if those votes are just 500,000 they are Azimio la Umoja votes" said Mr Abraham Mutai.
It's remembered that Machakos Governer Hon Alfred Mutua has also dumped Azimio movement and he's currently working with deputy president William Ruto, this move is also likely to increase popularity of Kenya Kwanza in Lower Eastern region.
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