Murathe describes Kingi and Mutua’s move to Kenya Kwanza as inconsequential

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Jubilee Vice Chair David Murathe says Governor Amason Kingi of Kilifi and his Machakos counterpart Dr. Alfred Mutua’s move to Kenya Kwanza from the Azimio-One Kenya coalition is of no impact and has not dented the coalition party in any way.

On Tuesday night at an interview with a local TV station, Murathe said the PAA and MCC party leaders had zero political clouts and could not put up any formidable political opposition against Azimio luminaries in their respective backyards.

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”It is of no consequence. I don’t think the Machakos Governor has any following in Ukambani. I don’t know what he is going to add to the UDA (United Democratic Alliance) ticket. Same to Kingi. Very soon, some of those people will be disowned by their own parties. Ngilu said that Mutua may have gone but he has not gone with the Kamba votes,” Murathe said.

While defending Azimio-One Kenya from claims of being opaque with information, Murathe said all parties knew the contents of copies of the coalition papers they signed and that claims of dishonesty from the outfit were not true.

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