The departure of Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka from Azimio la Umoja must bring political impact in the country, whether big or small. This is because Raila will need Kamba votes to make his statehouse dream come true. However, looks like the Azimio team can't keep up with Kalonzo's demands. Through it all, if opinion polls is anything to go by, the biggest winner of the fallout is deputy president William Ruto.
In opinion poll results released by Mizani Africa this evening, Ruto has gained as Raila largely dropped in the last one week in Charity Ngilu's Kituo county. Raila had 76% while Titi had 21.7% last month. After the fallout, Raila now has 37% while Titi has gone high to 31.1%. Kalonzo and his running mate Sunkuli have 26.9%.
This comes even as some people congratulate Kalonzo and say he deserve to be treated well. However, some people are urging him to reconsider his decision. Will he be cleared to vie as an independent candidate? Time will tell.
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