Home Politics Tuju Urges Azimio-Allied Leaders To Warn Voters Of UDA’s ‘Integrity Issues’ Tuju Urges Azimio-Allied Leaders To Warn Voters Of UDA’s ‘Integrity Issues’ May 3, 2022 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp Azimio la Umoja secretariat’s Executive-Director Raphael Tuju now says the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party is a diplomatic wing of those who should be in Kamiti prison over integrity issues. Tuju has told candidates within Azimio to distance themselves from the Deputy President William Ruto-led camp ahead of the August General Election, claiming it has no good for the country. “You want to take the Central Bank of Kenya upatie mtu ambaye huwezi mpatia ghala la mahindi akuchungie ili watu wakule,” said Tuju. Tuju who was speaking on Tuesday while meeting several candidates at Windsor Hotel in Nairobi said Ruto’s leadership record is questionable and leaders should warn the electorate against him. “How can somebody, in 1992 when we were fighting for multi-partyism, have been fighting for a single-party state?” he posed. “How can you say someone is a reformist while when we were fighting for the new constitution in 2010, he was opposing it?” He added: “Someone who does not want the one shilling-one man plan yet Central is losing Ksh.54 billion a year? This is not a discussion we should be having.” Tuju however expressed optimism that the Raila Odinga-led Azimio camp will carry the day come August 9, urging the leaders to arm themselves with the right message to sell Raila in the region. The meeting was attended by several leaders including governors Nderitu Murithi of Laikipia and Kiambu’s James Nyoro.