Cabinet secretary Eugene Wamalwa changes tune a day after Azimio alliance convened a meeting on rationalisation plan that will ensure constituent parties harmonise candidates across the country to support one candidate with high popularity. However he has also stated today that no candidate will be forced to step down.
According to the video clip seen by the writer online, while speaking with residents in western region he said that no candidate will be forced to step down as it was alleged earlier, saying that DAP-K will adopt consensus process to ensure that every candidate is well accommodated.
This comes after Hon Raila Odinga and other Azimio leaders held a meeting at KICC to discuss on the way forward of campaigns as it had been reported that sibling rivalry in the coalition will lead to division of votes and might also affected the not zoned areas. However, they agreed to adopt the process of rationalisation plan to the makes constituent parties harmonise candidates in a bid to reduce the rivalry and cracks emerging in the coalition. At the same time, CS Wamalwa has refuted the move and is now drumming support for consensus process.
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