Senator Enoch Wambua has clarified that Wiper Party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka will be in ballots comes 2022 and that he will be the person that will succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta after his term ends in 2022. In his official twitter account Wambugu alleged that "I Strongly believe that Kalonzo Musyoka will be the fith president of Kenya"Wambua went ahead to warn others who feels that they are the only individuals that stand an upper hand to succeed president Uhuru that them as One Kenya Alliance (OKA) will shock them at last. He claimed that he is also certain that my Kenya people will fully support Kalonzo Musyoka as he is very close to them and that he schooled in the areaWambua goes ahead to allege that the region as all what it takes to back Kalonzo Musyoka as half of his family is within my Kenya hence he is one of them. Wambua strongly believes that with all those factors Mt Kenya region will support Kalonzo and together with Oka principals it will be very easy for Kalonzo to be the fifth president of Kenya.
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