Kanu denies leaving Azimio la Umoja coalition and confirms its commitment to the opposition coalition.
Fred Okang’o, Kanu’s secretary for political affairs, states that the party is still firmly in Azimio, which comprises several other parties.
While the Gideon Moi-led party has not participated in the opposition’s anti-government rallies, Okang’o’s statement asserts their commitment to the coalition.
The Wiper party led by Kalonzo Musyoka confirms its commitment to Azimio and accuses the Kenya Kwanza administration of trying to bribe members.
The Executive’s efforts to divide the Azimio-One Kenya coalition and persuade members to defect are ongoing.
The opposition coalition is determined to retain its members amid other affiliate parties leaving the coalition to work with Kenya Kwanza following Ruto’s presidential victory.
Some speculate that Moi is planning to leave the opposition, but his silence on the matter has only fueled further speculation.
Okang’o’s recent statement and Musyoka’s remarks indicate that the coalition is still intact and focused on achieving its objectives.
The Azimio-One Kenya coalition’s aim is to unite Kenyans and transform the country.
The coalition’s commitment to opposition rallies and events has sparked controversy, with some parties keeping a low profile.
Nonetheless, the coalition has remained a significant player in Kenyan politics with its influence extending to various sectors of the economy.
As the country prepares for the next election cycle, the Azimio-One Kenya coalition’s role will undoubtedly come under scrutiny.