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... the Jubilee Government and is not willing to join another alliance ahead of 2917.
He noted that the former ruling party has an existing pact with Jubilee, which they signed after the 2013 General Elections and they are not ready to break it to enter into another one.
“KANU respects its obligations and until the expiry of the agreement, we are not in a hurry to get into another political agreement.”
“As far as I am concerned, KANU will honour the existing pact for now," he said. Gideon.
"We have not entered a new coalition," he added.
The Kenyan DAILY POST