Why Maendeleo ChapChap boss Alfred Mutua wants to quit Azimio with 8 other parties

 

Alfred Mutua, the party leader of the Maendeleo Chap Chap Party wants to ditch Azimio LA Umoja. PHOTO | Courtesy

Alfred Mutua, the head of the Maendeleo Chap Chap Party, now claims that he has lost faith in the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance Coalition or any of the documents signed in its formation.

Mutua said the party will figure out a way forward during the MCC Aspirants meeting at KICC on Thursday.

"To tell you the truth, as your party's leader, I've lost trust in whatever paper emerges from this meeting. I'm not sure I can trust you. I'm not sure what they've put in the paper or what they'll put in it "he stated

This comes only a day after the Azimio-OKA Coalition's eight political parties threatened to leave over a lack of diversity in decision-making sessions.

MCC, Muungano, Kenya Reform Party, CCU, DAP-K, PPT, NARC, and Maendeleo Democratic Party are among the eight parties.

Mutua bemoaned in his meeting with aspirants that despite sacrificing his goals for ODM leader Raila Odinga, he was kept out of the Azimio-OKA pact signing.

He went on to say that the coalition's political parties couldn't agree on the moniker Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance.

Attempts to get the coalition agreement paper have been unsuccessful, according to the Machakos county executive.

When other party leaders inquired about the coalition agreement and what was discussed, Mutua claimed they were ordered to wait.

 

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