Just a week after Wiper democratic movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka left Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition in protest over the decision by presidential candidate Raila Odinga to name NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua as running mate, Wiper aspirants drawn from lower Eastern counties including Machakos, Kitui and Makueni on Monday, 23 May met to deliberate on Parties way forward in preparedness to much anticipated August general elections.
Following the meeting, in a statement by Kathiani Member of Parliament Robert Mbui hinted about Wipers possibility to reunite with Azimio Candidate Raila Odinga.
As resolved in the meeting, the party now wants Kalonzo Musyoka to reconsider his decision to run for the Countrys presidency and instead exhausts all dispute resolution mechanism with Azimio Principals and coalition patron Uhuru Kenyatta.
"What we have said and discuss as leaders is that the Country is greater than Wiper but since we have already agreed to work under Azimio- One Kenya coalition, it is time we exhaust all options and ask our party leaders to consider possibility to have discuss with other principal." Hon. Robert Mbui stated.
This has however subject Kenyans to mixed political reactions with sections claiming, the party is fully in Azimio and all these are mind games to elevate Kalonzo Musyoka's negotiation stake. Reactions as attached;
Vincent: Hii ni njia moja ya kurudi Azimio.
Wanjohi: Welcome back to Azimio Kalonzo Musyoka, we have a nation to serve.
Hesbon: Murathe said Wiper is in Azimio to stay. Whatever he says come to pass.
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