Saboti MP Caleb Amisi has told Azimio politicians that they must all be seen at Kamkunji grounds. He says those who miss today’s rally will not be forgiven and will be seen as enemies.
According to the vocal lawmaker, all those who worked with Raila during campaigns including former President Uhuru should attend the Kamkunji rally. He says those who will miss will send a wrong picture and should say whether they are in Azimio or not.
Amisi says there is no way people who worked closely with Raila towards the elections can miss the rally and still say they support the coalition. He has observed that the rallies lined up will be used to Raila’s true friends and they will not forgive those who will be absent.
“In today’s rally at Kamkunji and the other coming rallies, we want all politicians who worked with Raila to show up. Those who will not attend will not be forgiven, and that includes Uhuru,” Amisi has said.
A section of Azimio leaders claim that former President Uhuru Kenyatta has abandoned Raila and it is time for him to say if he is still in Azimio or not.
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