Kalonzo Musyoka, the head of the Wiper Democratic Movement and a member of the One Kenya Alliance Coalition, has expressed his anger with Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the Amani National Congress, for abandoning him in favor of Deputy President William Ruto. Kalonzo, who campaigned in Makueni county, disclosed that he intended to spend only one term as president before handing over to Mudavadi, whom he was willing to name as his deputy.
He added that, at his age, he would not want to serve another five years and that the best course of action would be to pass over authority to Musalia Mudavadi.
He questioned, however, the role Mudavadi would play in the newly established Kenya Kwanza alliance led by Deputy President William Ruto.
Mudavadi, Wetangula, Gideon Moi, Kalonzo, and Jirongo were all in OKA until recently.
Originally posted on Twitter at https://twitter.com/PeopleDailyKe/status/1487096295235981315?t=12qqyyMxKBe1OOKZEY2XmA&s=19
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