Today, the president of the republic of Kenya hon Uhuru Kenyatta who is the Azimio patron and the ODM boss hon Raila Odinga have been put on a spot. This came in after reports emerged that more parties were set to ditch Azimio very soon just some few days after Kalonzo Musyoka's Wiper party made an exit from this vehicle.
As reported by the star news, the deputy president of Kenya Dr William Ruto made this revelation saying that some Azimio parties have shown interests at walking out from Azimio to join Kenya Kwanza. However, Dr William Ruto never named these parties per their names. These reports are coming in just a week after Governor Alfred Mutua's MCC party and Amason Kingi's PAA party joined Kenya Kwanza.
"Deputy President William Ruto has disclosed that more political parties have shown interest in joining the Kenya Kwanza movement.He said the parties are planning to ditch Azimio la Umoja for his coalition." Reported the star news.
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