It has emerged that Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka had reportedly rejected the position he was offered in Azimio government by Raila Odinga. Further details indicates that Kalonzo had silently flied to UK for a private visit while jeopardizing talks with the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya to woo him back to the coalition.
Charity Ngilu says Kalonzo is being misadvised by selfish people to be on the presidential race. Governor Ngilu added that the Kamba community will stay put in Azimio even as Kalonzo bolted out of the coalition.
It is reported that Kalonzo Musyoka had refused to take the Chief CS position. However, the position was promised to Ukambani region. Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu now want Raila Odinga to give her the Chief CS position.
However, Charity Ngilu said that it is a big loss for Azimio after Kalonzo Musyoka left the coalition.
"It is a great loss for Azimio to have Kalonzo Musyoka leave its ranks. He had said he is going to support Raila for president unconditionally. Where did the condition that he must be made running mate to stay with us come from?" posed Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu.
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