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Mutua asks Raila team to find out why Ruto is more attractive

by Enock Ndayala

Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has advised Azimio la Umoja-OK to focus on issues that will help it form the next government.

This was after Azimio Secretary-General Junet Mohamed claimed that the governor wanted to be bribed to remain in the coalition.

But in a statement posted on his Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has advised Azimio la Umoja-OK to focus on issues that will help it form the next government.

Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has advised Azimio la Umoja-OK to focus on issues that will help it form the next government. Photo: Alfred Mutua/Twitter

He further urged Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed to stop peddling lies and change their attitude and focus.

“Instead of Azimio peddling falsehoods and spin as to why Maendeleo Chap Chap ditched them, they should change their attitude and focus and conduct introspection,

“They should be asking themselves, why is William Samoei Ruto a better choice? While at it, let them publicize the document they are hiding,” Mutua said.

Earlier on, Kivumbi.co.ke had reported that the governor had officially announced that he had shifted his allegiance to Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

The Maendeleo Chap Chap claimed that the Azimio la Umoja only favored some political parties, leaving others in the dark, claims that Azimio One Kenya Alliance Executive Director Raphael Tuju has dismissed.

The former Jubilee Secretary-General said the Azimio cut links with Mutua after discovering that he was secretly engaging their rivals and supplying them with internal strategies.

“Some of them were negotiating with the other side and needed this document for purposes of benchmarking, and since we knew this from our intelligence, there was no reason to continue to engage them,” Tuju said.

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