Kenya Kwanza coalition and Azimio are the main horses for the presidency in the upcoming August general elections. Both camps have been on the ground popularizing their presidential candidates in a bid to woo Kenyans support.
Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula one of the Kenya Kwanza Principals has now revealed that Raila Odinga has been sending emissaries to woo him back to Azimio.
Wetangula who defected to Ruto’s side alongside Mudavadi on Thursday, July 7, 2022 revealed that Raila has been working day and night to have him dump Ruto and join his camp.
“They are now the casualty. They have been desperately sending clandestine emissaries to me but I have told them I am like a Roman soldier!! Once he crossed the Rubicon, he can only come back with victory or be killed on the battlefront.” He said.
Wetangula told Raila that he cannot betray Kenyans for a few coins stating that he will work towards what Kenyans want and that is William Ruto.
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