During the Citizen News Bulletin, news anchor Jeff Koinange asked some questions on the turbulent political landscape in the country. He said, being on a Wednesday Kenynas must just know it is Jeff Koinange Live. Jeff also spoke on hosting an interview with Senator, Irungu Kangata and Homa Bay Senator, Moses Kajwang. He said that they were going to differentiate between Alliances and Dalliances. The vocal news anchor also told Kenyans to tune on the channel and watch the live debate.
However, his questions to seek answers made Kabando Wa Kabando react bitterly. The vocal critic of the Jubilee government said, "Are neither alliances nor dalliances. Are simply parleys to contain Raila and to block Ruto. In other words, chicanery bereft of any agenda to address basic issues of: 1) economy in ICU, 2) theft of COVID-19 funds, 3) urban evictions. Simply put: CONSPIRACIES by MAFIA/CARTELS." He claimed the formation of the alliances are just plans to block Ruto's presidency.
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