Narc party leader Charity Ngilu has today penned a strong message to Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka days after ditching Azimio la Umoja coalition and announcing that he will vie for the presidency.
In a change of tune, the outspoken Charity Ngilu who is serving her second term as Kitui County Governor has urged the Wiper leader to reconsider his decision and instead support the Raila Odinga-Martha Karua ticket.
According to the video shared online by the Governor, Kalonzo Musyoka cannot win the presidency if he keeps his promise of going to the ballot with the only solution is to accept Raila's appointment as Chief Prime Minister if the former Prime Minister wins the general elections.
"We urge our brother @skmusyoka to reconsider and remain in Azimio La Umoja so that as a community we can work together towards uplifting our people. @RailaOdinga and @MarthaKarua are Ukambani’s best bet at being in the next government."Charity Ngilu noted.
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