The looming coalition between the ruling Jubilee and Orange Democratic Movement party has suffered a setback after reports alleging that the coalition is set to be delayed by the Jubilee in a bid to rebrand the ruling party.
Now the former Senate deputy speaker Kithure Kindiki has a question the what happened with the proposal to sign up the coalition agreement between ODM and Jubilee a move which has since angered a section of Kenyans on Facebook.
The move by the vocal senator has angered Kenyans who have criticised the senator for his unwavering criticism of the ruling party after he was being ousted from the Senator he has been told to focus on UDA and stop being concerned with Jubilee affairs as we edge closer to 2022 general election.
This comes at a time when there are rumours that jubilee is planning to keep ODM from making any political move hence reducing the chances of Baba being elected in the 2022 General Election.
Meanwhile, do you think that Jubilee and ODM will sign a coalition agreement ahead of the 2022 General Election, share your thoughts?
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