United Democratic Alliance (UDA) presidential running mate Hon Rigathi Gachagua has again surfaced with fresh claims on what might have happened to Kalonzo during the Azimio running mate search interview.
The Mathira member of parliament still holds that Hon Kalonzo is being pushed to join the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party against his will.
Speaking in Embu during a church service alongside his UDA presidential candidate, DP Dr William Samoei Ruto, Gachagua has taken a jibe at Hon Odinga and urged voters of Kalonzo that in case the latter decides to go back in Azimio, they should not follow him.
''Wakati ikifika huyu Kalonzo Musyoka asukumwe kwa sababu anasukumwa arudi pale kwa Azimio, mtarudi na yeye? Nyinyi mkuwe kama sisi watu wa Mlima,'' he urged.
''Kalonzo aliulizwa maswali mpaka akatoa jasho, na walijua ni kumzungusha walikuwa wameamua hawampatii. Nyinyi mko na nafasi ya kuchunga heshima ya jamii,'' he added.
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