Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance has reaped big following a mass defection of North Rift members from deputy president William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp to the Raila Odinga's camp.
According to Nation, Azimio La Umaja One Kenya Alliance has received 100 officials from Ruto's strongholds of North Rift after they defected from various Kenya Kwanza affiliate parties and joined the Raila Odinga side.
Led by Saina Nechu who is the ANC coordinator for Uasin Ngishu County, the group siad that the Ruto-led coalition had not hilighted their ways of solving problems affecting Kenya. Mr. Nechu went ahead to assure Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance of the about 24000 ANC members' votes for Raila Odinga, whom he praised for promising to fight corruption.
The 100 defectors were received by Azimio's Rift Valley coordinator Alex Tolgos who is also the Elgeyo Marakwet governor, at the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance North Rift Office in Eldoret in an event attended by former Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Sally Kosgei.
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