Former West Pokot County Governor Prof John Lonyangapuo, has today claimed that Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party leader Raila Odinga has a personal beef with President William Ruto which started long time ago. Hence the reason why Raila has called for demonstrations to disturb the government of Ruto from working. Since if there's no beef between them Odinga would have just accepted that he lost the election and let Ruto work and deliver om his promises to Kenyans.
Speaking on an interview with Nation Newspaper today, Lonyangapuo has confirmed that his party Kenya Union Party (KUP) is no longer in Azimio coalition party. The contract between them and Azimio ended immediately Raila called for a demonstration against the government of President William Ruto. He added that he chose not to get involved with Raila and Ruto's long term beef because it is just that beef, which makes Raila to call for demonstrations just to disrupt Ruto government from delivering and working for Kenyans.
"KUP has been part of Azimio but our contract with Azimio ended when Raila started calling for demonstrations. We should let people who elected to lead if we lost we lost hii maneno ya Raila anaanza kuita maandamano mimi hio sikubaliani naye. Mambo ya kufuata hii maneno ya Raila sijui ako na chuki na Ruto, yenye sijui ilianzia wapi we don't want. If we lost we lost we should now let people who were elected to work..." He said.
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