In what is considered to be a talk of power sharing after the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) leader Kalonzo Musyoka officially placed his signature to backup Azimio brigade, Kalonzo now continues talking about his interest in becoming the deputy president of the Republic of Kenya in any case Raila Odinga wins the the forthcoming Presidential August polls.
Additionally, Kalonzo says he is as well ready to lose the position to any other potential leader provided that the Kambas get a third of the plum government positions yet to form if Azimio ascends to power.
However, the Wiper Party Leader accuses the three Ukambani Governors that includes Machakos County boss Alfred Mutual, kivutha kibwana Makueni of Makueni county and Charity Ngilu of Kitui County for holding a three hours meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga, in a bid to deny him the chance of becoming the Deputy President in the next government.
Conclusively, Mr. Musyoka now clears the air stressing that will hold no any next rallies together with the three mentioned governors campaigning for Raila since himself is the Ukambani Region Kingpin. What's your view on this?
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