It is more than one year to the next general elections but political temperature in Kenya is very high. Can you imagine what will be happening next year a time like this. Actually what is clearly evident is that all tribal kingpins are trying to get endorsement from Uhuru Kenyatta.
Days after Uhuru promised his support to one of the NASA candidates, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has come out to clear the air about rumours of supporting Raila again. Hon Musyoka reiterated that they haven't had any discussion with Raila as far as 2022 is concerned. He argued that supporting Raila for the third time is being irrelevant and affirmed his supporters that he can't do it again.
Moments later, city blogger Abraham Mutai has condemned Kalonzo for his statements. Infact he has advised Raila not to trust Musyoka and should even eliminate him from his 2022 presidential race. But who said that Kalonzo will again support Raila? What about One Kenya Alliance? If not 2022 then when will he run as a presidential candidate?
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