The former vice president Kalonzo Musyoka has still kept his fans guessing the direction he will finally follow ahead of the August general elections with others still believe that he will be back to Azimio la Umoja coalition.
Taking to his Facebook page, the vocal Nyanza lawyer Ambrose Otieno Weda noted that it will never be a walk in the park for Raila Odinga to win the August presidential contest without the backup of Kalonzo Musyoka.
The lawyer has requested president Uhuru Kenyatta to burn the midnight candle to ensure that Kalonzo Musyoka does not make it to the ballot as a presidential candidate so that he supports Raila's State House bid.
"Instill think that Kalonzo Musyoka holds a spare key to Baba's lawful occupation of State House. I still appeal to the son of Ngina to approach Kalonzo Musyoka again," he said.
He further requested the president to have a conversation with Kalonzo and even also if possible he refunded some of the resources he has spent in his campaigns across the country.
"Refund some of his campaign expenses and give him more promises otherwise Baba is going to sink with some of your rich legacy," he said.
He said that with the latest presidential opinion polls released by the Star which placed William Ruto slightly ahead of Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka will have a great impact on the outcome of the August presidential contest if he joins hands with the former prime minister.
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