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Inside The Powerful Role Assigned to Uhuru in Gazetted Azimio Coalition Party

Despite being an outgoing president, Uhuru Kenyatta will still be a force to reckon with in the country's political circles if at all Azimio One Kenya Coalition Party assumes government come August. This is after he was assigned the senior most role in the coalition's major decision-making organ.

According to gazette notice number 1,979 dated 14th April 2022 and published by Anne Nderitu according to the political parties ACT of 2011 in her capacity as registrar of political parties, the president has strategically been designated to serve as chair of the Coalition council.

The council is the highest organ in the Coalition and one that must ratify all engagements to be spearheaded by the Coalition Party leader who is Raila Odinga.

Among those listed as council members who will work under president Kenyatta include Raila Odinga, kalonzo musyoka, Gideon moi, Hassan joho, Sabina chege, Naomi Shaban, Martha karua, charity Ngilu, Wafula Wamunyinyi and Junet Mohamed who will also double up as the national coalition executive Council Secretary General.

Under the national coalition executive Council, prominent personalities drawn from across the political divide are featured.

The include, Wycliffe Oparanya who will serve as the national executive committee chairperson and his deputies listed as Adan Keynan Wehliye,Dr. Ken Nyaundi and David Murathe among others.

The final gazettement of the Coalition party now gives Raila an opportunity to confidently hit the ground running unlike previously when Kalonzo Musyoka threatened to disrupt the process.

The choice of Raila's deputy in the presidential race continues to be surrounded with secrecy and will only be unveiled in due time.

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