The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance has been caught in a quagmire in the past few weeks as it sees exit of some parties that feel they have been aggrieved by the document that they had signed earlier on.
Amason Kingi's Party PAA had sought to exit the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition but this might not be possible after the latest development from the courts.
The Governor for Machakos party, Maendeleo Chap Chap had also sought to exit the coalition but it was denied this privilege.
The Wiper Party Movement has also recently wanted to exit through its leader Kalonzo Musyoka but this will also not be possible as per the reports.
This evening, The Kilifi Governor, Amason Kingi, has been dealt a blow by the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal after it rejected its request to exit the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance.
According to reports from Citizen TV News this evening, the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal has rejected the exit saying that the move lacks merit and they should therefore sit tight.
Amason Kingi had gone further ahead and signed another pact with the Deputy President, William Ruto that would have seen his party join the Kenya Kwanza Coalition.
Deputy President William Ruto, had promised Amason Kingi a host of goodies if he would have joined the movement as per the reports that we have received.
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Picture courtesy. Amason Kingi with leaders of Kenya Kwanza.
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