Kalonzo Musyoka's son who is the first born of the Wiper party leader Kennedy Musyoka has finally spoken about the Kenyan politics and the possibility of his father becoming president in the next polls. The son to the Wiper party has broken his silence after many days of silence about the state of politics in Kenya.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with TV, the son to the wiper party has revealed that his father can make a very good president if given the opportunity. "From what i've see, he can make a very good president". Kennedy Musyoka said that Kenyan leaders should always preach peace before and after elections because Kenya is always a shaking country in terms of political tolerance.
He also noted that Kenyan leaders should embrace formation of coalitions or handshake before the elections. He added that during the electioneering period there can be peace and people can be able to do elections without any difficulties. He said this reminding the interviewer that he has been silence in politics as a way of looking how the Kenyan politics goes.
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