Roots Party leader George Luchiri Wajackoya angrily tells former Rift Valley Regional commissioner who is currently the governor for Tranzoia to toe in the line or be kicked out of Azimio in the next polll following his absence during the rally held in his county.
Wajakoya said that it is unfortunate that someone who was elected through Azimio ticket to skip such a rally held by his party leaders in his own home.
Wajackoyah in his speech criticised governor Natembeya for skipping Azimio rally, he told him that if he continues he will be definitely be kicked out of the coalition.
Governor Natembeya earlier on in his meeting with president William Ruto in Nakuru, had vowed to work with the government, he said he will support president Ruto since the polls were over and supreme Court already ruled out the verdict that president William Ruto is the president and nothing is going to to change, he said the only thing remaining is to support president Ruto and to deliver kenyans.
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