If you don’t listen to us, we have options: Alfred Mutua tells Uhuru and Raila.

Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua has now sent a message to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his brother Raila Odinga.

In a statement, Mutua expressed his dismay at what he said was a deliberate plan by the top executives of the Declaration to encourage allocation of seats in nominations.

He also lamented that their parties did not receive any clause to be included in the election committee.

According to Governor Mutua, the parties affected by the Resolution are MCC, Union, Kenya Reform Party, CCU, DAP Kenya, PPT, NARC Kenya and Development Democratic Party.

The governor and his allies who feel excluded from the Declaration are now threatening to leave if their grievances are not met in accordance with expectations.

Mutua also said that their parties had agreed on the positions they could receive during their KICC meeting, which he said should be respected.

“If we are not heard, we have options,” Governor Mutua said.

Speaking in an interview today morning at Citizen tv, Mutua reveals that the small parties were not included in the appointment of Tuju new role in Azimio.

Mutua also cleared that the option they have if they’re not going to give an ear to them is: He goes back to his presidential bid, Form a coalition outside Azimio, Can also join Kenya Kwanza alliance.

Mutua also Revealed that he has been receiving phone calls from Kenya kwanza members including DP Ruto.

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