Makueni Deputy Governor Adelina Mwau announced to work with Deputy President William Samoe Ruto under the shade of UDA. Recent months had been shifting period as many politicians who felt unsecure under their previous parties and find somewhere else to throw their baits. Lately, Adelina's news seems to hurt her boss Kivutha Kibwana who is Governor for Makueni county. The second term Governor who declared to support Raila Odinga, angrily dismisses his deputy's defection to UDA. Angry governor argued that Adelina would be alone in her journey to hustler nation.
" My attention has been drawn to clandestine dealings between Adelina Mwau and United Democratic Alliance. She had even pledged to take with her a huge delegation of our common political friends to UDA, who declined her overtures. I wish to categorically make it clear, Makueni people have expressed their intention to support #AzimioLaUmoja and will not be hoodwinked by people seeking self-aggrandizement, " Kivutha wrote on his official Facebook page.
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