WIPER Party leader Hon Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka was among the Azimio leaders who showed up for a meeting at the KICC.
The meeting was to discuss the way forward after the Azimio la Umoja Ok be akenya Alliance presidential candidate rejected the recently announced Presidential winner where Raila lost to his Competitor President William Ruto.
Kalonzo has said that the AzimioUmoja - One Kenya Alliance Coalition is determined to get the justice they deserve and they are going going to pursue all the possible avenues there are to push the matter and make sure they are granted their win.
"Our AzimioUmoja - One Kenya Alliance Coalition remains steadfast and determined to persue all possible avenues of recourse. We will continue our engagements caucusing together. HakikaInawezekana" Kalonzo penned on Twitter
This is not the first time Rails Odinga is goin to court to dispute the Presidential elections seeing that in 2017 he went to Challenge Uhuruto win where his petition won and the country went for a repeat of the election.
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