The race for the forthcoming August elections is heating up with many leaders ditching their parties by joining rival party or declaring to run as an independent candidate.The Azimio La Umoja coalition and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance are compared as the two main horses due to their popularity in various parts of the country.
Today ODM party Leader Raila Amollo Odinga has received another big blow after one of his powerful allies ditched the Azimio coalition and joined UDA party.Makueni deputy Governor Adelina Mwau who had earlier declared to back Odinga's presidency and even attended his Machakos tour on saturday has decided to change the tune.According to reports Mwau has not been in good terms with Governor Kivutha Kibwana and that's why she has decided to join UDA.
Adelina revealed that she will be vying for the Makueni Women representative seat in August.She added that from today she has made her final decision and will drum up support for deputy president William Ruto after joining the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.She is expected to face a hard time because the Ukambani region seems like they have fully joined Azimio.
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