Following the decision which has been made by some nation leaders today, it is clear that politicians from this region have got no interest in Raila Odinga's camp. However, their decision towards the 2022 presidential elections might not work due to several reasons which have been discussed by some of his opponents.
One of them is Charity Ngilu who has been urging Kalonzo to Unite with Raila Odinga to make it easier to clinch the presidential seat, but her words seem to have been falling on deaf ears because Wiper party supporters made it clear that they cant accept Kalonzo Musyoka to be a running mate to anybody again.
She had previously given an example about what happened in 2002 where she and Raila won against Mwai Kibaki and also concluded by revealing that Daniel Moi defeated them due to disunity.
He is not popular in Mount Kenya Region and this is one of the areas with a high number of voters. This might also disqualify him from forming the next government thus making him recall Kaluki Ngilu's words.
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