Jackson Mandago Ruto's Governor Hints About Joining Raila's Azimio, but Is It Simply a Slip of the Tongue? What He Said Will Astound You

Jackson Mandago Ruto's Governor Hints About Joining Raila's Azimio, but Is It Simply a Slip of the Tongue? What He Said Will Astound You

Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago has evoked blended responses following his intriguing selection of words.

This is after he offered intriguing comments which may be interpreted to mean he was en route to Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja Movement.

Communicating in Swahili language during a political show yesterday, Mandago, who is Deputy President William Ruto's home lead representative, expressed that "Nina Azimio La kwenda Senate" an explanation that was a guiltless hyperbole as opposed to the perspectives on Azimio disciples who are adding an excessive amount to the assertion.

While discussing why he, close by other second-term lead representatives like Kivutha Kibwana and Ali Roba, is gunning for the senatorial seat, Mandago made sense of that filling in as lead representative has given him the expertise in managing matters of oversight concerning region issues.

Notwithstanding, in making sense of his senatorial yearnings, his accurate words were "Nina azimio la kwenda seneti", an explanation that left Raila's allies going off the deep end since Azimio is Baba's trademark.

The connection among Mandago and Raila is a perplexing one. It is accepted that it was Raila Odinga who made Mandago lead representative briefly term in 2017.

This was after he supported him for the lead representative's seat. Mandago was at the time occupied with a virus battle with appointee president William Ruto.

Nonetheless, a similar Raila blamed Mandago for being behind the helicopter stoning episode in Uasin Gishu.

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