Raila maintains that Azimio has not been harmed by President Ruto’s interruption.


At a rally in Kisumu, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga stated that the Azimio la Umoja coalition and its 25 member parties remain intact despite recent defection rumors. Accompanied by other prominent political figures, Raila emphasized the coalition’s commitment to their goals and plans for the Kenyan people.

Raila’s Stand Remains Unwavering

Despite the current administration’s attempts to disrupt the coalition, Raila affirmed that their stance and aspirations will not change. He criticized the government for failing to deliver on their promises and urged the coalition to continue their fight for the betterment of the Kenyan people.

Uhuru Kenyatta Stands with Raila

Former President Uhuru Kenyatta also spoke at the rally, reiterating his loyalty to Raila and the coalition. He stated that even though he has retired from the presidency, he is not tired and will continue to stand by his party leader and their shared beliefs.

This rally in Kisumu marked a show of strength and unity within the Azimio la Umoja coalition, despite recent challenges and defections. Raila and Uhuru’s presence and speeches served as a reminder of their unwavering commitment to their cause.

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