The ardent supporter of the deputy president William Ruto has also claimed that a number of Jubilee politicians are in support of Raila's presidency. He has also alleged that Raila's candidacy does not go well with the One Kenya Alliance and the principals have demanded that KANU withdraws from a coalition with Jubilee.
"Jubilee's Presidential Candidate is Raila Odinga. For that reason, the One Kenya Alliance meeting told Gideon Moi he has to get KANU out of Jubilee, so as to participate in their future meetings." He posted.
He however claimed that Moi and a few attendees of the meeting noted that the coalition needs Raila
"Moi, supported by a few ANC Legislators argued that they will need Tinga. The response was he can come but as an ODM Leader and on the same level as all players." He claimed.
"Meanwhile Jubilee for Tinga men: Kanini Kega, Ngunjiri Wambugu, Hon. Mwathi, Maina Kamanda, Hon.Dr. Amos Kimunya, Jeremiah Kioni, and Rachel Shebesh." He concluded
This comes after a number of politicians from Jubilee party accompanied Raila in his tour of the Coastal region.
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