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''He has no say,'' Aisha Jumwa tells governor who ditched Azimio for Kenya Kwanza

ImageIt has been an unfortunate turn of events for governor Amason Kingi, who is the former member of ODM party after joining the Kenya Kwanza coalition of parties.

Kingi had ditched Azimio for Kenya Kwanza with a hope of his candidates in Pamoja African Alliance (PAA) party being given latitude to vie their respective seats without being subjected to zoning.Kingi joins Ruto-led Kenya kwanza from Azimio » Capital News

However, PAA candidates have been dealt a major blow as their coalition partners UDA have been calling a six-piece voting in the coastal region.Ruto pledges to undo SGR and port deals in Kingi pact

Led by Kwale governor Salim Mvurya, UDA wants voters to only vote for UDA candidates from presidency to the members of the County Assemblies.

Malindi member of parliament Aisha Jumwa has engaged governor Kingi in war of words and today she has publicly stated that Kingi is a nobody and therefore he has no say.Image

''Governor Kingii is in rental house (Kenya Kwanza) and has no say because UDA is the mother party. There is no day Kenya a tenant can own a title deed of the place he rented. These are just kicks of a dying horse. We are in UDA , Coast is UDA , Kilifi is UDA , and the whole country is UDA,'' said Aisha Jumwa.

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