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Ayub Savula Message To Azimio Leader Raila Odinga After Yesterday’s Kamugunji Meeting

by Paul Mbogga
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The Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua are making the country a superior spot with void commitments and this is becoming risky for them. Hon. Raila Odinga previous days rally ought to be a reminder for William Ruto and he probably won’t end well as per part of specialists.

Time is moving with speed and the rate at which president William Ruto is purchasing pioneers from Azimio La Umoja Group is disturbing. As of late Kenyans were stunned when they saw COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli go to statehouse. Hardly any days after the fact Kakamega region pioneers chose under Azimio La Umoja Group are singing William Ruto.

Things are turning out to be more serious with Kakamega deputy Governor Ayub Savula addressing Hon. Raila Odinga expressing that they were allowed to work with wulisk Ruto and no one ought to undermine them. The move isn’t great for Hon. Raila Odinga since he Will be blamed and Ruto will effortlessly rule.

Raila Odinga, the country’s former prime minister, has been handed a significant setback as a result of the National Ordinary People Empowerment Union (NOPEU) party’s decision to abandon the Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance for Kenya Kwanza campaign in advance of the 2027 general election.

Lawrence Mpuru Aburi, the leader of the NOPEU party, made the announcement that his political organization had decided to become a part of the ruling coalition while he was speaking in Nairobi on the evening of Wednesday. He was looking forward to future politics in Meru county. Link: https://www.facebook.com/KBCChannel1TV/videos/721770089589841/?app=fbl

He voiced his profound appreciation to the government led by President Dr. William Ruto for its courageous efforts to combat tribalism. According to his observations, the government of Kenya Kwanza does not discriminate against Kenyans in terms of the provision of services. He maintained that it does not favor any particular ethnic groups or tribes, including the Abaluhyia, the Luo, the Meru, the Kalenjins, the Kikuyus, or any other ethnic group.

In addition, he expressed gratitude to both Dr. Ruto and Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja for providing Meru farmers with the opportunity to market their miraa herbs on a field in Nairobi. He shared his happiness and asserted that the administration that is currently in power had made an offer to assist the traders of the crop, who had been ignored by all governments that had been in power since the country’s independence.

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