Ahead of August Polls there three coalition Azimio La Umoja,One Kenya Alliance and Ruto-Mudavadi-Wetangula are at pur with their preparation to identify new strategies on how they can form the next government.This has made they to have delay in announcing their running mates.
Amid this,the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga close ally senator Ledama Olekina has reacted via his twitter account.Ledama tweeted that Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi was said NASA Hao a few days ago he come up with earthquake which cannot affect them since they are tightly hold by strong forces under Azimio La Umoja.
He tweeted "MDVD once said NASA hao….a few days ago he come up with. ”earthquake” but we are Solid in Azimio totally unshakable. Kenya is definitely safer with @RailaOdinga"
According to him he is trying to claim that Kenyans are only safer on Raila Odinga because Azimio La Umoja is solid and unshakable.For more updates press the red button labelled follow.
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