Malindi Member of Parliament Honourable Aisha Jumwa (Photo Courtesy).
As we have just 75 days to the August general Elections, the political climate tends to be accompanied by different fiascos day in day out in several parts of the country.
Today, the meeting held by Kenya Kwanza Coastal top leaders in Msabaha, Kilifi County, turned into a heckling ground after Aisha Jumwa of UDA and supporters exchanged bitter words with George Kithi of PAA Party which is affiliated to UDA.
The cracks within the the Kenya Kwanza coalition started immediately when their running mate Rigathi Gachagua demanded that voters should concentrate on six piece while casting their votes, that is voting only UDA party aspirants, forgetting that there are other aspirants of smaller parties in the Coalition that need to be voted in.
The time is however running quickly and the DP should admit himself to correct this mistakes before things get messy if for sure he wishes to give his competitors sleepless nights ahead of the August polls.
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