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Azimio is another government's stalled project, Mudavadi Says

The Azimio la Umoja, according to ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, is one of the government's postponed projects.

Kenyans, according to Mudavadi, will not accept government programs in the political arena and should be left to make their own decisions.

Prior to the August 9 elections, the Azimio is attempting to reach an agreement with the ruling Jubilee party.

"In politics, we will not tolerate government programs." "There are a lot of blocked government projects, and Azimio is one of them," Mudavadi added.

The ANC leader also took aim at One Kenya Alliance leaders who boycotted his party's National Delegates Conference in the Bomas of Kenya on Sunday.

Mudavadi hailed Deputy President William Ruto for visiting his NDC when speaking to hundreds of Eldama Ravine villagers on Wednesday.

"Kama wewe ulimkosea Ruto, usinilazimishe mimi nimkosee Ruto (Don't force me to do him wrong if you cut connections with Ruto)," Mudavadi stated.

He said that joining Ruto's side was a step toward changing Kenya's democracy.

According to him, Kenya's constitution guarantees citizens' freedom of association and expression.

Kanu leader Gideon Moi and his Wiper counterpart Kalonzo Musyoka walked out of the ANC meeting in protest over DP's presence.

He also responded to President Uhuru Kenyatta's disappointment with his decision.

"You have every right to be disappointed in me, Mr. President." However, I must inform you that Kenyans are even more dissatisfied with you. They're hungry and exhausted. Let's not deceive one another."

Azimio, according to Gatundu MP Moses Kuria, is a failing initiative that is guaranteed to fail.

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