Kenya Kwanza coalition leaders led by William Ruto are currently in Kilifi County to sell their agendas. Thousands of residents attended the rally to hear what the leaders will tell them what they will do if they are elected during August nine general elections.
Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa during her speech in her home town she pleaded deputy president William Ruto to sit down and talk with outgoing Kilifi County Governor Amason Kingi. Aisha said that Kingi should withdraw George Kithi from contesting the seat of Governor and come to support her so that she can send home ODM gubernatorial aspirant. She also told Ruto to speak with Kingi so that they can solve their disputes and come together to do a better campaign.
Furthermore, Aisha Jumwa told people of Kilifi County to vote for Ruto so that their problems can be solved. Do you think Aisha Jumwa has panicked thus forcing deputy president to talk with Kingi so that he can withdraw his ally from vying gubernatorial seat. Below is a YouTube link video with full evidence.
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