Today, reports have emerged on what the Jubilee party's vice chairman, hon David Murathe has announced on why president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta who is also the party leader of the Jubilee partynolonger participates in Azimio's activities unlike before.
As reported by the standard digital, hon Murathe who was speaking during one interview said that the head of state have gone silent on Azimio's affairs because his work inside Azimio is Over. According to Murathe, Uhuru's work as the chairperson of this coalition was majorly to oversee the setting up the coalition's structures and putting together the coalition ticket which he has done.
"In an interview with NTV on Wednesday, May 25, Murathe said president Uhuru’s loud absence from Odinga’s campaign was because his work in the coalition was over.He says being the chairperson of the Azimio la Umoja council, his work was to oversee the process of setting up the coalition’s structures and putting together the ticket." Said the standard digital.
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