Kisii County Senator Richard Onyonk has put it clear that Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance have not rejected the presidency of William Samoei Ruto. Senator Richard Onyonka revealed that Azimio rejected the legitimacy. They don't want the so called handshake but have a meeting with leaders in Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance.
"We (Azimio) have not rejected the presidency of William Ruto, we reject the legitimacy...we don't want a handshake but have a meeting with leaders in Azimio", Senator Richard Onyonka.
On the other hand, Senator Richard Onyonka also commented on Nairobi County Senator Johnson Sakaja's understanding. He said that Governor Sakaja understood the implications of what is happening right now. The finances are mess, lack of foreign reserves and the educational system is on a roller coaster.
"Governor Johnson Sakaja has clearly understood the implications of what is happening right now; the country's finances are a mess, we lack foreign reserves, and our educational system is on a roller coaster", Senator Richard Onyonka.
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