The gradual Jubilee exit from the Azimio coalition has continued to spark mixed reactions some saying that the decision from a handful of officials to declare their interests in joining hands with President Ruto's government was already predetermined while others terming it is inconsequential to the Azimio coalition.
Although some of the party officials including the secretary general Jeremiah Kioni Party leader former president Uhuru Kenyatta indicating that their party it's still firmly in the coalition the decision from it's elected officials seem to be indicating otherwise.
Fueling the debate more futher, Kariobangi South Uhuru MCA Robert Mbatia has said that they won't turn back to the Azimio coalition an day as whatever they've witnessed from their ODM counterpart it's enough for them to look elsewhere, a reliable partner to work with.
That at the moment it's okay for them to be taken advantage of in Kenya kwanza than the same treatment being exercised by their coalition partners in Azimio.
Mbatia futher said that they don't believe they'll face much more seclusion in Kenya Kwanza than what they face in Azimio as they are optimistic there's something different in president Ruto's led coalition.
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