Today just some minutes ago, UDA Party chairman Johnson Muthama claimed that Kalonzo had been misled by Azimio la Umoja and that Raila and his team would not be permitted to hire him.
He added that Kalonzo will be given a place in Kenya Kwanza and will be invited to join hands with Ruto, Mudavadi, and the rest in their fight against Raila.
"Today Muthama has spoken, there is no turning back, and where I am, I can guarantee you that there is a space and vacancy for Kalonzo Musyoka, and he is welcome," Muthama remarked.
Muthama reassured Kenyans that the KKA agreement is not limited to Ruto, Mudavadi, and Wetangula, and that a deal has been reached to ensure that Ruto's government benefits all parts of the country.
Ruto would be invited to Ukambani soon, he said, when he will be given a list of developmental requirements for the Eastern region's people.
Kalonzo has already indicated that he will run for president on a wiper ticket, with Sunkuli as his running mate.
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