Ledama Ole Kina , senator elect For Narok country has now pointed a finger towards political figures who have been exiting Azimio La Umoja Party and joining Kenya Kwanza.
Senator Ole Kina outburst following the announciation of the presidential election results at the Bomas of Kenya by the independent electoral and boundaries commission IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati that alarmed a lot of attention.
Ledama Ole Kina has termed the leaders who are joining Kenya Kwanza as being "bought" with money. He has made this comments at a time when many senators, governors, and women Representatives had been joining Kenya Kwanza party .
Dr William Samoei Ruto held a meeting with prominent members of the orange Democratic movement ODM party on this day. ODM leaders who were present include in William Ruto's meeting were Ali Roba, who elected senator for Mandera County, Mohammed Ali, elected governor for Marsabit, and Mohammed Adan, who will the elected governor for Mandera County.
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