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Today according to the Daily Nation there seems to be wrangles in the Wiper Party that is headed by Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka.
According to the information some members of the Wiper Party including the County Senators of Kitui and Makueni, Enoch Wambua and Dan Maanzo, have persistently asked the Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Amollo Odinga to endorse Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka for the presidency in 2027 under Azimio.
"We have supported Raila three times, it is his time to endorse Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka so that the opposition remains united." Wambua said.
The Wiper Party Chairman Chirau Ali Mwakwere is not entertaining the idea. He has warned that he will ditch the party if they continue to push their plan.
"You don't wait for a person to annoint you, you should prove yourself beyond your borders." Makwere lamented.
He went ahead to say " Wiper is just a Kamba party, you can't compare with ODM which is a national party." He said.
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