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Vocal Senator Declares Support For Kalonzo Musyoka After Raila's Endorsement By Governors

The lower Eastern region popularly known as Ukambani region has turned against supporting Raila's presidency. Makueni County Senator Mutula Kilonzo jr has stated Kivutha Kibwana, Charity Ngilu, and Alfred Mutua declared support for Raila's Azimio Movement in Naivasha.

Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo jr spoke on behalf of the Lower Eastern region; slammed the region's governors despising Kalonzo Musyoka to endorse Raila Odinga for the fifth president of Kenya. Notably, Mutula Kilonzo jr declared that the region is fully backing former Vice President Kalonzo as the community's kingpin.

The vocal senator revealed that the Akamba community will follow what Kalonzo Musyoka will tell to do ahead of the August 9 elections. Notably, Mutula unveiled that Kalonzo remains to be a spokesperson for the Lower Eastern region in national matters.

Mutula's statement came hours after the ODM party leader held a closed-door meeting in Naivasha before a public briefing with approximately 30 elected governors. Interestingly, the governor vowed to solidarity support his presidency.

Makueni County Governor Kivutha Kibwana, Kitui County Governor Charity Ngilu represented the voice of the Lower Eastern region in Raila's vote basket. However, Mutula Kilonzo jr dismissed the statement issued on behalf of the region and divulged that the Kamba community is fully behind OKA principal Kalonzo Musyoka.

In conclusion, Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo jr made a U-turn towards Raila's presidency hours after endorsement in Naivasha. Mutula unveiled that the Kamba community is supporting Kalonzo Musyoka as spokesperson and not Kivutha Kibwana of Charity Ngilu.

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