More than ten Nyanza leaders are set to leave Azimio Camp for Ruto's side. The leaders which include governors, senators, and members of Parliament have shown interest in working with president William Samoei Ruto.
These leaders have talked seen safety if they left Azimio for the ruling team.
Led by former Kisumu county governor, Jack Ranguma, former Migori county governor, Hon Okoth Obado, and Evans Kodero who was the governor of Nairobi city county, they agreed to ditch Raila's team and join the leading team.
They have made such decisions because Raila has not been fulfilling his promises. They accused Raila Odinga of lying to them that he is going to elevate his supporters but they have found it as hot air.
Other leaders who are set to quit Azimio are not former Siaya aspirant Nicholas Gumbo, Ugenya member of Parliament David Ochieng Caroli Omondi Suba South Member of Parliament.
These leaders decided to betray their fidelity to Raila Odinga over the grounds that he is losing national acclaim as he aged and become weak politically.
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