With the continuing politics in the country most leaders have been dividing and parting ways .It is soon that wiper leader kalonzo parted ways with raila after him not being chosen as the deputy president.
Kalonzo who was Raila alie ever since from the year 2007 parted ways with him and decided not to support him in the coming august general polls .kalonzo on that note took another step of him vieying for the presidential seat .kalonzo went even to another step of choosing his deputy from the maa community hon sunkuli .
With the decision nature of kalonzo of him not being straight forward in his actions people reacted and compared to him as a watermelon.sunkuli has reacted on the issue and has said that kalonzo is a designated leader whose ideas are valid and real .He says that kalonzo is a good decision maker and also a best leader to have as a country .sunkuli further commented that kalonzo is not like a watermelon as he has already tasted the taste of a watermelon.
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