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"Let Kalonzo Go, Play Rough" Robert Alai Says

Allegations have surfaced that ODM leader Raila Odinga is caving in to Kalonzo Musyoka's latest demands.

Kalonzo dropped out of Azimio-OKA and re-entered the presidential election after Raila picked Martha Karua as his running partner, as he had warned.

However, rumors suggest that Kalonzo may return to Azimio-OKA and collaborate with Raila ahead of the August 9 general election.

Earlier, The Star and other media outlets stated that Kalonzo was prepared to accept the job that Raila had assigned to him as long as it was 100% reserved for him by inserting it into the coalition agreement.

According to sources, Kalonzo's most recent demand is that what was promised to him be included in the deal they signed.

Blogger Alia has now accused Azimio of allegedly caving in to every demand made by Kalonzo since the creation of Azimio-OKA.

Alai wants Kalonzo to be left behind because he believes under-represented coalition parties would feel scrutinized.

"Negotiating with Kalonzo and caving to his present demands is an insult to the whole Azimio Coalition." How can you continue to give in to his demands while he generates new ones? Allow Kalonzo to go. "Play hard!" He said.

According to sources, Kalonzo is likely to abandon his presidential ambitions and endorse Raila.

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