Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei, has issued a warning to the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya leaders particularly those drawn from the Nyanza region.
Taking to his official Twitter page on Sunday evening, the vocal UDA legislator who is a strong supporter of President William Ruto, accused Lion Nyanza of skipping the Head of State's meeting in Homabay.
He stated that their decision to make themselves absent from the meeting clearly shows that they are not ready to articulate their people's development agenda.
Cherargei further pleaded with former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to release these leaders so that they can be part of the team to transform Kenya. According to Cherargei, Raila might be behind the absence of Nyanza leaders due to his political difference with the Head of State.
"H.E Ruto is in Homabay but luo nyanza leaders have skipped it yet they should be there to articulate their people's devt agenda it's about time that Tinga should release these leaders to be part of kenya in charting the future of our people .Have a prayerful day won't you?" Stated Cherargei.
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