Kitui county governor honorable Charity Ngilu has break her silence by revealing to a group of Kenyans journalists why Kitui county has two Azimio LA Umoja contestants for governor seat ahead of 2022 Kenya General elections. Charity Ngilu is among the Azimio LA Umoja contestants who is vieing for governor seat for her second round in Kitui county.
According to the latest post that honorable Charity Ngilu has shared on her Facebook account, Ngilu has revealed why she is contesting against David Musila, a Jubilee ally expected to vie for Governor seat via Jubilee party in Kitui county.
Ngilu responded by saying there's unity in both Jubilee and Azimio and there's no any misunderstandings among the contestants because they are doing for the good of honorable Raila Amolo Odinga.
Ngilu added that Jubilee party is a branch of Azimio and they are expected to be three contestants one for Wiper party another for Jubilee and the last one for Azimio but currently they are two because Wiper party ditched Azimio coalition.
Ngilu also revealed that any Azimio candidate can win that election and results are going to be accept without any chaos and wrangle for that leadership position because all is meant for benefit of honorable Raila Amolo Odinga.
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