Mar 22, 2023

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Kiunjuri to Gachagua: Stop speaking for Ruto on six-piece vote

Service Party (TSP) leader Mwangi Kiunjuri has sacked the Kenya-Kwanza alliance, which backs the six-man election call, saying they are not supporting the President’s flag-bearer, Deputy President William Ruto. talked.

Mr Kiunjuri said until Dr. Ruto comments on the matter that any other conversation of another Alliance leader is irrelevant.

“Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but unless the statement comes from the Deputy President himself. We will say it head-on attack,” Mr Kiunjuri said at his party office in Nairobi.

“We recognize and recognize that we are not only with our sisters and brothers in the Kenya-Kwanza Alliance, but with everyone else in the There is competition from aspirants who are looking for the same seats as we are. A vibrant democracy is enriched by internal completion within the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the rest of the contenders, particularly in this general election,” Mr Kiunjuri said.

He spoke to the governor and parliamentary candidates after meeting the governor the party to lay down campaign strategies.

This comes days after DP Ruto’s allies vouched for the six-man vote for all UDA candidates in the Rift Valley.

DP Ruto’s running mates Rigathi Gachagua and Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has been at the forefront of pushing for a six-man ballot of UDA candidates.

“Even if you don’t like someone who’s been nominated by the party, you’re not going to do anything if you say you vote for Ruto, but you don’t give him the power to pass bills in Parliament,” Mr Murkomen said in Uasin Gishu.

Mr Gachagua, on the other hand, says the UDA was his favorite party , and he said they were right to promote it.

“They don’t expect to come to a political rally organized by the UDA where our candidate s have spent money mobilizing visitors and expect , to be well received,” Mr Gachagua said in an interview with Inooro FM yesterday.

He told the candidates that “politics is not a church or a wedding, where everyone is free have”.

He said he gauges the mood of a rally before endorsing candidates.


“If these people in fringe parties want to be taken seriously, don’t They take an active part in mobilizing participation in rallies. Letting them be seen spending money to grace our rallies will force us to take them seriously,” he said.

At the same time, Mr. Kiunjuri said the party has a parallel campaign program to market it established by Dr. Ruto over a period of 30 days.

“As a candidate and as a party, we will devote our time, resources and energy to this cause,” said Mr. Kiunjuri, who holds a TSP ticket for the candidate for parliament in Laikipia East.

He insisted that the TSP party was solid in Kenya Kwanza and said the aim was to win against their competitors in Azimio.

“We are firmly in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance. It is a decision we made together to achieve victory,” said Mr. Kiunjuri.