The Kenya Union Party ( KUP) leadership is divided over their stay in Raila Odinga's led Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition but the latest declaration from Pokot South MP David Pkosing seems to be a massive win for Former Prime Minister. A publication made by the Standard now alleges that David Pkosing who doubles as KUP deputy leader has dismissed earlier reports from former West Pokot governor John Lunyangapuo who pedeged to work with Ruto's government.
Lunyangapuo, a founder of Kenya Union Party seconded President William Ruto's move to suspend four dissenting IEBC commissioners as well hitting out at Azimio la Umoja for their continuous attacks on Kenya Kwanza's governance, a move which has highly been rebuked by his deputy Pkosing.
Speaking, Pkosing termed Lunyangapuo's remarks as personal views citing that KUP is still in Azimio and ready to engage in future events.
" As deputy party leader of KUP, the party is not leaving Azimio any time soon. Whatever the former governor said, it's his personal views which is allowed according to our democratic principle", he said.
Apparently, this is a big win for Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga who is still. keen on keeping his Political brigade intact ahead of 2027 polls.
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