According to Mutahi Ngunyi, he has informed that what Raika Odinga and Aximio One Kenya Alliance Patron President Uhuru should be careful of is forcing Kalonzo Musyoka to stay inside the Azimio Coalition, demanding that if he wishes to quit, then, he is free to do so.
Mr. Ngunyi has said that Kalonzo is likely to cause trouble during Elections and even past August in the event, he wins the Azimio wins elections alleging that the Wiper Party leader has proven to be unsatisfied.
"Whatever Azimio gives to this Kalonzo Musyoka man, he will be a problem. A problem during this election; and a problem after the election. Take it or leave it," President Uhuru's political advisor Hon Mutahi Ngunyi has said.
Adding that "Kalonzo has become a project of UDA. Am I right or am I right?"
Kalonzo Musyoka although have not officially communicated to the Registrar of Political Party about his exit from Azimio has declared that he will be in the presidential race, rejecting the position of the chief cabinet minister inside the Azimio.
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