Just after tge August 9th general elections in the country, politicians have now started realigning themselves to other political parties in a bid to win the upcoming general election in the country. Politicians especially from the larger Ukambani region who were elected under the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition have shown clear interest to join Kenya Kwanza.
1. Governor Wavinya Ndeti of Machakos County. The first time governor who was elected under the Wiper Democratic Movement party of Kalonzo Musyoka has shown interest in joining and working with president Ruto. She even hosted the president in Machakos this week.
2. Kitui Governor Malombe. The second time governor has shown interest in working with oresident Ruto. He had even called on the Wiper leader Kalonzo to work with president William Ruto and support his administration in the country days after winning the August polls in the country against Raila Odinga.
These two leaders could easily change their loyalty from the Azimoo team led by Raila Odinga to the Kenya Kwanza of president William Ruto where they could influence more leaders from the region to join the Kenya Kwanza coalition a head of the 2027 general election.
What do you think of these leaders? are there more other leaders from the region who would join Kenya Kwanza from Azimio? Share with us your opinion and thoughts on this.
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