The Azimio la Umoja coalition is yet to select a suitable running mate for their presidential candidate, Raila Odinga. There are a number of people who have shown interest in the position but the panel is yet to select the most preferred candidate. On Saturday, ODM announced that they had added another preferred candidate who can deputize Raila.
This was announced by Denis Itumbi, the former communications strategist for DP Ruto. He said that Azimio has done what was predicted a few days ago that they were going to do. Azimio has added CS Munya to the list of people they are considering as the running mate for Raila Odinga. This is after the coalition announced the CS had already been disqualified after he failed to resign in early February.
"So Azimio has done exactly what HNIB agents told you yesterday they would. They have added CS Munya to the shortlist. Kieleweke and ODM told us Munya is already disqualified by virtue of not resigning by the February deadline. Now let us hear, the next excuse.....," Itumbi said in a tweet.
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