- Very soon there will be a tsunami, where Azimio Movement will declare its presidential candidate.
The Jubilee party chairman Hon. David Murathe has finally broken silence over their party's presidential candidate.
Source say very soon there will be a tsunami greater than the Mudavadi's purported earthquake.
He confirms that Jubilee will have Nation Deligate Conference at KICC and the Orange Democratic Movement at Bomas the same day, then march to Nyayo & reveal Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate.
"Very soon there will be a TSUNAMI, forget about whatever purported to be an earthquake that didn't even shake a blade of grass. Hon David Murathe confirms that Jubilee will have NDC at KICC & ODM at Bomas the same day, then march to Nyayo & reveal Azimio presidential candidate."
He spoke this at meeting led by ODM boss Hon. Raila Odinga in Murang'a County under the host SK Macharia, Beautiful Sabina Chege and Peter Kenneth at Murang'a Sports Club ahead of Azimio La Umoja Murang'a Chapter which will take place on Saturday.
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