The leader of the ODM Party, Hon. Raila Odinga, allegedly acknowledged on Tuesday that the growing Azimio-One Kenya disputes in various regions of the nation, particularly Kisii County, are getting too numerous and challenging to resolve and that he won't waste his time on them.
Talking to Taifa Leo Publication today, Raila's 2022 presidential election spokesman Hon Makau Mutua blocked his bid by taking advantage of Raila's influence and disagreeing with the small and obvious. Claims to be doing. Compare Simba Arati with Chris Obure, Sam Ongeri and more.
Elsewhere in Azimio, former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko issued an injunction on Monday to prevent election agencies from listing Mombasa's governor candidates in Kenyan official bulletins. After that, he was given an amnesty.
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