Malindi member of parliament Aisha Jumwa has finally spoken about her absence in the political arena in the recent past which has raised a lot of questions about her next political move. The legislator has finally taken to social media platforms to break silence about speculations that have been in the social media that she is set to join Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja movement.
According to the video premiered in the Facebook accounts, the lawmaker has dismissed any claims that she is set to dump UDA for Raila Odinga's camp. She has reiterated that she made a political decision to dump Raila and she is now committed in UDA without looking back.
She said this sending message to those propagating wrong information that she has joined Raila making it clear that she is in UDA party to stay. The lawmaker revealed details of her sickness that she has been sick and that is why she has not been able to appear in the political arena.
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