Deputy President of Kenya and Kenya Kwanza coalition has today suffered another major setback a head of the August general election in the country which is scheduled for the month of August this year.
This is after another powerful and influential sitting senator ditches the hustler nation of Dr William Ruto and joins the Azimio LA Umoja One Kenya coalition which is led by opposition chief Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Today, Kajiado senator honourable Philip Ole Mpaayei ditched the hustler nation and has officially joined the Azimio LA Umoja coalition where he has promised to support Azimio candidates and campaign for Raila Odinga presidential bid in the country.
Honourable Philip Mpaayei was received Kajiado governor honourable Joseph Me Lenku where honourable Joseph said they started the journey together hence need to accomplish the journey.
This is another major setback to the deputy president especially from the Rift Valley region which is perceived as his stronghold as leaders ditches the hustler nation that they need to popularise for the Azimio LA Umoja which is the opponent's coalition with just few days to the next general election in Kenya.
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