The jubilee Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni has affirmed that Kenyans should be given the right for self determination if they are not wanted in Kenya Kwanza. He is firm that they have been told that they are not part of shares and therefore they cannot get jobs in government.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Kenyans/status/1662098557183115264?t=qupvC82SvRNfXjtsk0zXow&s=19
Jeremiah Kioni has affirmed that the Azimio leaders are going to seek the idea of self determination and secession if they are pushed to the limit. He is firm that they as Azimio-OKA leaders must not be forced to pay taxes in a government that doesn't value their concerns.
Kioni has remained firm and clear that government has refused to listen to Azimio and give some leaders jobs. He is shocked by Gachagua's remarks that some parts of Kenya do not have shares in government.
Kioni is of the view that Raila Odinga should be allowed to lead his counties and Ruto is but both as heads of state. Whether this is an idea that can work in Kenya, let's wait and see for any scenario is possible.
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