Photo courtesy of former prime minister Raila Odinga.
The former prime minister and the Azimio la Umoja Coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga experiences tough times as a top allied leader slams and rejects the position presented in the Azimio government ahead of the August general elections.
Perhaps, Raila Odinga distributed several positions to different leaders in the Azimio la Umoja Coalition during his mega declaration of the running mate. The sharing of power helps to consolidate the ambitions of the Coalition in touching all regions across the country.
Certainly, it is hard moments to abandon the set position after making a U-turn in the landscape.
From the updates, Senator Kilonzo Junior slams the position given to Kalonzo Musyoka as he equates to the school prefect post. "The chief minister is intended to be senior to the other ministers but there is nothing more that comes with the post as he can be fired and replaced at any time," He rejects the post given to his boss.
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