Mp Aladwa has today warned Azimio leaders who were elected through ODM ticket and aren't attending Raila's rally. This happened as Raila Omollo Odinga held a mega rally at Kamukunji grounds criticizing Ruto's Government. And some Azimio leaders were absent such as Esther Passaris and others.
In a video posted online, Aladwa claims that it's indeed sad that some leaders can't join Raila Omollo Odinga when he needs them most. But during election period and campaigns they always look for Raila Omollo Odinga for endorsement. Aladwa claims that this will not happen this time round and anyone who miss Raila's rally will go home come 2027.
"Hawa viongozi wa Azimio MCAs, Senators, Mps wanajifanya wakisikia Raila Omollo Odinga Ako na mkutano wanajifanya hawakuji wako na apology. Sasa tutakuwa tunaenda mkutano za baba na list. Angalieni Hawa watu 2027 waende nyumbani. Saa hii unajifanya uko busy na wakati wakuchaguliwa ndio unakuja kutafuta baba akuje akuunge. Hakuna kutumia baba kama choo. Tutabeba list tukienda Jacaranda grounds kama hautakuwa 2027 Utaenda home, tuwaambie aje! Home! ." Says Makadara Mp Aladwa.
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