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Jitters has rocked the Azimio team over suspicions that some of the elected leaders could be planning to ditch Azimio to support the Kenya Kwanza Alliance team thus reducing their Political power in both the National Assembly and the Senate.
Reporting live from Kenyatta International Conference Center, KICC where the Azimio leader accompanied by his running mate Martha Karua and Wiper party boss Kalonzo Musyoka met the Azimio Elected leaders including Governors, Senators, Women Representatives and the Members of National Assembly, Mureithi reported that tension has clouded the team over suspicions that some could ditch them.This comes as the Azimio team is now planning to clinch the Speaker on the National Assembly and several committees of the National Assembly and the Senate.
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