Maendeleo Alfred Mutua, the leader of the Chap Chap party, has expressed his support for Raila Odinga, the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement, and the Azimio la Umoja coalition. This comes after Mutua and other Azimio allies decried marginalization inside Raila Odinga’s alliance and threatened to leave. They complained about being excluded from the preparation of the coalition document, to the point that they have yet to see it and are being pressed to sign it.
The Machakos Governor announced at a news conference on Sunday that all lingering concerns had been settled and that he would continue to fight for Raila, describing him as Kenya’s transformational leader. “Raila Amollo Odinga and Azimio la Umoja are the candidates we have chosen to support. Raila is a nice man, and I have a warm spot for him. Raila is more than just a kind guy; he’s a wise and focused leader. Raila’s time has come, just as Mandela’s had come “Mutua stated.
“We were unhappy before Raila interfered and all the sections that were excluding us were eliminated, and we are now satisfied… We are satisfied with the paperwork that was given to the registrar of political parties.” Mutua also urged Kalonzo Musyoka, his Ukambani colleague and Wiper leader, to put personal issues aside and work together, saying he is “ready for a handshake.” “This campaign is not about you or me; it is about Kenyans’ aspirations and the victory of great Jakom Raila Odinga, and I respectfully suggest that we collaborate. I’m ready to shake hands, “Mutua stated.
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