Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition is on blink of collapse months after August 9 general elections. Different Political parties allied to Azimio are moving out of Raila's led Azimio La Umoja. Parts such as KANU and Jubilee have already shown indications of leaving the coalition and working with President William Ruto.
Today Kenya Union Party (KUP) has shipped out of Azimio. KUP party leader and former west Pokot Governor John Lonyang'apuo has attributed the move to lack of consultation. Speaking to the media Lonyang'apuo said Azimio is for dynasties and selected few. He added that their is no consultations in Azimio as top leaders work for their selfish interest.
Lonyang'apuo also added that KUP cannot be party of activities that may result to chaos in the country. He added that the party will not involve itself in such meeting.
This comes barely a day to Wednesday meeting at Kamkunji Grounds. Raila has organized the rally to hold consultative meeting on state of the nation.
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