Political Parties Disputes Tribunal blocks Governor Mutua from leaving Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance

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Governor Alfred Mutua’s Maendeleo Chap Chap has been blocked from exiting Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance by the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal (PPDT).

According to PPDT, the agreement signed by Azimio and MCC in April 2022 binds the outfit in the coalition for the next six months.

PPDT said MCC should have resolved their disagreements instead of shipping out.

Mutua on Monday joined William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza after raising complaints that the outfit refused to make public the agreement they signed with its affiliate parties.

“We have joined Kenya Kwanza, the coalition led by Deputy President William Ruto and this is where we feel safe,” he said.

Responding to Mutua’s claimes, Azimio’s Executive Director Raphael Tuju said the coalition did not commit to Mutua and Governor Amoson Kingi after they discovered that they were moles.

“Some of them were negotiating with the other side and needed this document for purposes of benchmarking, and since we knew this from our intelligence, there was no reason to continue to engage them.

A marriage certificate does not make the marriage, it does not matter what is in the document, the document of the coalition is just a document, what is carried to the next level is goodwill,” said Tuju

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