Kenya Kwanza team has been rocked by bad news as details emerging indicates that more than 150 officials from Rift valley region dumped ANC party today and joined Azimio movement led by former prime minister Raila Odinga.
Those officials are drawn from northern part of Rift valley region and they were led by the chairman of Uasin Gishu Branch, Hon Saina Nechum.
It's also indicated that former Eldoret South Member of Parliament, Hon David Koros, along with more than 30 grassroots United Democratic Alliance (UDA) activists also defected to the Azimio movement side today.
They were officially received at the Azimio center in Uasin Gishu by Hon Sally Kosgei who is the chief campaigner of Azimio in the region, Elgeiyo Marakwet Governer Hon Alwx Tolgos and Hon Kipkorir Menjo.
They promised to fully campaign for former prime minister Raila Odinga and his running mate Hon Martha Karua together with other Azimio Candidates saying that this coalition will form the next Government.
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