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Embu Residents Give Governor Mutua a Bold Response on Whether They Will Rejoin Azimio With Kalonzo

Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua is among Kenya Kwanza Alliance allied leaders who accompanied Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday, May 29 for a church service in Embu.

Mutua who spoke partly in Kikamba, Swahili and English defended his decision to join Ruto's camp after learning of dishonesty and mistrust in the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance.

Reacting to Wiper Party Kalonzo Musyoka's rumors of rejoining the Raila Odinga led Azimio-OKA team, the Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader asked the residents on whether they will be rejoining the camp with Kalonzo.

There responses were 'hapana, ataenda peke yako, sisi tuko na Ruto,' which translates to 'no, we will go alone, we are supporting Ruto.'

Mutua argued that Kalonzo's idea of flip-flopping is negatively tainting the Kamba Community who might be considered as leaders without a form decision, which will therefore reduce their chance of negotiations and political activeness in the near future.

A number of leaders within the Wiper party have hinted that Kalonzo will be in Azimio any time from now, and he will be hitting the ground running to campaign for Raila's bid alongside his running mate Martha Karua.

Some sources within Wiper have also alleged that Kalonzo had agreed to take the Chief Cabinet Secretary in the Azimio government after he was awarded two CS slots.

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Alfred Mutua Kikamba Machakos Maendeleo Chap Chap Swahili


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