Ayub Savula has been on the spot after a video clip emerged where he was defining himself as a co-governor and not a deputy governor. Speaking today, Ayub said the viral clip was taken long ago when he was in Malava and he was just explaining to his people why they should vote for Fernard Barasa. Ayub maintains that he wants a 50/50 as per the agreement, including in prime county jobs, and says, "I take minister, where Barasa takes chief officer. It is going to be like how Uhuru and Ruto worked from 2013–2017."
Additionally, he insists that their agreement is in the Party Registrar's office and if in any case, one breaches the agreement, he will go back to the people and seek a way forward. "I will go back to the people who employed me, I will tell them the agreement was not honoured and ask for their opinion." This clarification by Ayub comes just a few hours after DAP-K, Ayub's party, distanced itself from his utterances. Speaking on his view about the Supreme Court ruling, Ayub clarifies, "We must follow the ruling of the Supreme Court. Ruto is the president and, as Ayub, I will take my people to Ruto. I will work with Ruto."
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