War of words and blame games are now witnessed in the Azimio Ka Umoja One Kenya alliance coalition after the Orange Democratic Movement party boss Raila Odinga lost the general elections to his main competitors Dr Willi Ruto.
Key leaders allied to the Aizmio La Umoja One Kenya alliance now blames the former Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho together with the Suna East Member of parliament Junet Mohammed for the loss.
They are saying the two leaders did not offer enough service to Raila Odinga including paying their agents, the secretariats among other key issues.
This comes even as massive defection is witnessed from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition to the Kenya Kwanza coalition which is going to affect the supremacy of the coalition in both houses.
So far the Azimio team has lost seven members of parliament, Two senators and two governors from the UDM who have all moved to the Kenya Kwanza team. In the latest move, David Ochieng of Ugenya together with 2 MPs from UPIA have also moved giving Ruto numbers.
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