Hon Raila Odinga unveiled his running on Monday of this week where Wiper Party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka was expected to be considered by Azimio One Kenya Coalition for the slot. However, the Azimio Presidential candidate settled on Narc Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua which made Kalonzo Musyoka run for the presidency and unveil his running mate also the same day.
The Kamba top leaders in Azimio have been urging Kalonzo Musyoka to rethink his move to exit Azimio Coalition before it is too late. The leaders include Kitui Governor Hon Charity Ngilu and Makueni Governor Hon Kivuta Kibwana.
And now, Governor Ngilu has agreed with Former Kitui senator Hon David Musila who is eyeing the Kitui gubernatorial seat using the Jubilee party to work together to deliver Kamba Votes to Azimio One Kenya Coalition.Hon Ngilu maintains that their main agenda is to ensure that Raila Odinga forms the next government.
Here is the link to the video of Hon Ngilu and Musila speaking.
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