Ruto's visit to the region yielded fruit after makueni deputy governor ditched Azimio La Umoja for hustler movement. Speaking today Kalonzo said they are determined to win this year's presidential election, adding that he is the safest bet for Kenyans
Leaders from the region are against Kalonzo Musyoka's presidential ambitions terming it unrealistic adding that he won't win.
On Thursday, Kibwana claimed that the Wiper leader's former support in the region has eroded, and that leaders and the people of Ukambani are growing concerned.
This, according to the governor, is why the community will not allow him to go all the way to the ballot box.
According to the Makueni Governor, Kalonzo's presidential campaign would not provide results that will put them in a position to run the country.
"Some people overate him," Kibwana added, "but we're telling him that you'll do what we ask as a community and that we're not asking you to stand alone till the very end."
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