Today, team Azimio La Umoja has been handed a shocker. This came in after one of their top principals changed his tune and joined the rival team, Kenya Kwanza which is being lead by the deputy president, Dr William Samoe Ruto today in the evening.
As seen from Dr William Ruto's facebook page, the United Democratic Movement,UDM party leader, hon Ali Roba who is also the outgoing Mandera governor has joined Kenya Kwanza. Ruto said that hon Ali Roba together with his party abandoned Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja today to join his camp. Hon Roba's UDM party is currently dominating Mandera county and other North Eastern region. Their move to join Kenya Kwanza is a blow to Azimio camp.
"We salute the United Democratic Movement (UDM) leadership for abandoning Azimio La Umoja and joining Kenya Kwanza. UDM Party Leader and Mandera Senator-Elect Ali Roba, Deputy Party Leader and Marsabit Governor-Elect Mohamud Ali and Mandera Governor-Elect Mohamed Adan Khalif were present at the Karen Residence, Nairobi County." Said president William Ruto.
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