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What Kalonzo's Ally Has Told Kenyans Ahead of 2022

Transport Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Wavinya Ndeti has dismissed the claims by the politicians that the Kamba has lost track by following the President Uhuru succession race.

Wavinya said that the consultation among the leaders is ongoing and that there is no harry, and soon they will make deliberations public.

However Speaking after attending mass at St Jude Catholic Church in Athi River Machakos county, she said Wiper leader, Kalonzo Musyoka was firmly on course to succeed President Kenyatta and urged the community to rally behind him and vote for him during the 2022 bid.

According to Wavinya, she said that she has heard people say that Kamba has lost direction, said that they have not lost direction and that they are working closely with President Kenyatta who is working with Rail Odinga.

All the same, she said that they do not want the country to lose direction. Drop your comments in the section below.

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Ally Kalonzo Musyoka Kamba St Jude Catholic Church Wavinya


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