Trans Nzoia governor His Excellency George Natembea (photo courtesy).
George Natembea has today broke silence amid intimidations from the Azimio allied party DAP- K party.
The governor has been missing several rallies organized by the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition leader His Excellency Raila Odinga even in his own home County,Trans Nzoia. Azimio insiders reveal that the former Rift Valley regional commissioner has been under pressure from his DAP-K party and the Azimio team at large which demanded him to be part of the rallies or else be expelled.
Today,in a response, the governor stressed that he is focused on development for his electorates and not on political rallies which at the end will benefit an individual. He also added that the his party should stop intimidating and pushing him to attend the rallies citing that he is ready to leave the party and coalition and work for his County people outside the Azimio team.
Instead he said that William Samoei Ruto is the president and that can't be changed no matter how many rallies will be held.
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