Wiper party leader and former vice president Kalonzo Musyoka seems to be confused and his campaign strategies hitting the wall and bouncing back to in a speedy manner that is raising a lot of concern among the political activists,analysts,other leaders and Kenyans at large.
According to the star newspaper headline the one Kenya alliance chief is having anxiety over his 2022 elections plans while the polls are approaching in a speedy manner.
The star reports that the former national super alliance leader has appeared to lack the steam of running his campaigns country wide at this hour that the top politicians are on their higher gears to pursued Kenyans to vote for them in the next year's general elections.
"Wiper party leader appears to lack the steam as countdown to polls rolls. His general elections strategies has become a point of concern," the star newspaper headline read.
"Anxiety rocks Kalonzo Musyoka turf over 2022 poll plans," it added.
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