Fresh details has today on Sunday morning emerged following the move by the Wiper party leader Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka. According to reports, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) had on Friday locked Mr Musyoka out of the August 9 polls on technicality after he failed to present the list of his supporters in the required Microsoft Excel sheet.
The IEBC wanted Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka to present the list of his supporters but however details has emerged that Kalonzo Musyoka is likely to rejoin Azimio la Umoja Movement led by Raila Odinga under certain conditions despite the IEBC lifeline.
As a result, Kalonzo Musyoka got a second chance but unfortunately he dropped his bid. Kalonzo Musyoka is one of the politician who make their decision by swaying and this has made his supporters to lack confidence in him ahead of the upcoming August general elections.
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