Wiper party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka on Monday announced that he will go for presidency after Raila failed to unveil him as a running mate. Kalonzo Musyoka together with all his allies failed to attend the unveiling of Raila's running mate but instead held their own meeting to unveil their running mate. People thought Kalonzo was late for the bid only to realize today that Mr Kalonzo Musyoka is smart, he allegedly submitted his name to IEBC ten days ago.
The party's National Elections Board head Agatha Solitei signed the letter delivering the list of Wiper aspirants dated May 9. The IEBC received the name of Mr Musyoka's running companion, Narok senate candidate Andrew Sunkuli, on Monday. While the name was accepted, other underlying problems, such as Mr Musyoka's eligibility despite Wiper's coalition arrangement with Azimio, will be addressed during the clearance stage, according to an IEBC source. This means that Mr Kalonzo Musyoka is not late and he can be cleared soon and his name added in the ballot papers as a presidential candidate.
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