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Mutua, Muturi, Kingi agreements with the Ruto declared null and void

After leaving Azimio, Alfred Mutua and Amason Kingi stated that they had joined the Kenya Kwanza Alliance. Mutua's pact with Kenya Kwanza reportedly required him to provide 35 percent of Ukambani votes in exchange for a cabinet position. Amason Kingi, on the other hand, was charged with securing 50% of Kilifi votes in order to secure the Senate speakership and numerous positions in Kenya Kwanza.

However, Kingi and Mutua have got bad news after the Political Parties Dispute Tribunal denied them permission to leave Azimio. As a result, their agreements with the Kenya Kwanza Alliance are null and void, and they can no longer be members of two coalitions.

Mutua and Kingi continue to advocate for Deputy President William Ruto notwithstanding the Political Parties Dispute Tribunal's ruling. Following the tribunal's decision, it was revealed that Alfred Mutua and Amason Kingi do not have any written arrangement with Deputy President William Ruto legitimizing their continued membership in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

Speaker Muturi's predicament is likewise said to be comparable to that of Mutua and Kingi. The Democratic Party's entrance into DP Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance was declared unlawful by the Political Parties Dispute Tribunal. According to the report, any accords signed by National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi with DP William Ruto will eventually be void due to the tribunal's verdict.

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