Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has sparked a mixed reactions online after asking Wiper Party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka and Kanu Party leader Hon Gideon Moi to come clear on whether they are going to campaign for Azimio la Umoja team or for Wiper Party. The two have been very silent since Raila Odinga chosed Martha Karua as his running mate.
The decision seemed to have dissaponted Kalonzo Musyoka who went ahead to name his running mate immediately. After that Kalonzo Musyoka went missing in active politics and his delegates voted that he should go back to Azimio though details of his decision are still scanty.
However, Kanu Party leader Hon Gideon Moi has also been silent and now leaders want the two to be open on their position. Gideon Moi was thought to be in Azimio la Umoja but he was spotted with Kalonzo Musyoka during his naming of running mate complicating things more in Azimio la Umoja team.
In reaction to that, lawyer Donald Kipkorir is telling them that they should not expect a share of government that they are not working to get. He tells them that they must engage in active campaigns and deliver in Azimio or stand firmly in Wiper.
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