The recently concluded political declaration by Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Alliance of naming their running mate has opened a new conversation among the political class. This was a move that was not predictable to anyone who thought that the position would go to Kalonzo Musyoka.
The former senator of Kakamega has finally responded to the rally on his official twitter account. The news reaching our desk is that he argues that Raila has gone against the 2010 constitution.
Hi was keen to note that the positions awarded to various Azimio supporters was a clear indication that Raila was already announcing his cabinet. He has highlighted how Raila went ahead in 2018 and swore himself as the president of the Republic of Kenya.
The positions that were awarded includes the following:
(1) Kalonzo Musyoka - Cabinet Chief Secretary.
(2) Wycliffe Oparanya - C's Treasury.
(3) Ali Hassan Joni - C's Land.
(4) Peter Munya - C's Agriculture.
(5) Kenneth Marende - Speaker.
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