Getting Kamba votes is a dilemma to you; Raila told
07 September 2016, 00:10
Following Cord co-principal Raila Odinga's remarks over the weekend, a section of disappointed leaders in Ukambani have told ODM leader Raila Odinga to completely forget votes from the region if Kalonzo Musyoka is not the Cord’s Presidential Candidate come 2017.
The Cord Coalition has without a doubt been shaken with heaps of perplexity, being the only coalition that in under a year to elections, still does not have a presidential candidate for the expected general elections.
Despite all the three co-principals having denied it, a section of leaders in the coalition have speculated existence of poll bearer wrangles adding that the vulnerability is prone to incur significant injury on the coalition.
The opposition has been undecided on who among the co-principals ought to convey the banner and this situation is prone to debilitate for the coalition.
From the most recent advancement, it is far-fetched that ODM pioneer Raila Odinga will step down for both of the other two co-principals who are Wiper pioneer Kalonzo Musyoka and Ford Kenya Party pioneer Moses Wetangula.
While attending a memorial service in Western a weekend ago, Raila said he is the best candidate to face it with Jubilee's Uhuru Kenyatta and he is not prepared to venture down for anybody.
These announcements have not run down exceptionally well with Kamba leaders who clearly had high trusts in the candidature and thus, the Akamba have made an assertion that if Kalonzo won't be on the ticket paper, Cord ought to has well overlook Kambaland vote.
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