In an interview with Source today, Kitui gubernatorial aspirant on UDA ticket Jonathan Mueke insists that Azimio- One Kenya have no agenda to people of Kenya.
Speaking his mind, the Kenya Kwanza ardent supporter said Raila Odinga camp has no agenda to convince voters and so, they have resorted to use of propaganda and bringing President Uhuru Kenyatta on lame light with hope of gaining Mount Kenya support amid claim William Ruto has been disrespectful to his boss.
"The Azimio guys have no agenda and that is why they are using President to win. They are hoping the President will guarantee them Mount Kenya support by claiming DP Ruto is disrespectful to his boss." He began.
According to him, the conversion towards August polls has completely changed to about "issue" affecting Mwananchi, thus calling out opponents to stop bidding behind President, and ask for votes.
"Stop hidding behind President and ask for your votes and then compete. We have completely changed the conversion around issue. Azimio is completely lost." Jonathan Mueke added.
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