Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka now says, Kenyans should not worry about the looming coalition between NASA, Jubilee and Wiper Party leader, hinting out that, they have agreed to work together ahead of the looming 2022 general elections.
Kalonzo noted that there will never be a political violence in Kenya as it was reported, adding that things are going to work out different in the next polls, adding that Deputy President William Ruto and his allies who fought the 2010 constitution are now defending it.
He further added that any political leader who will lead violence in 2022, will be brought to books
“All Kenyans take note, there will never be political violence again. Those who opposed the 2010 constitution now are saying that it should not be altered. However, we have employed International governance that makes us part of it. So, if you make any violence, the whole world will come after you, so you can’t threaten people and expect to walk away free,” Kalonzo said.
“We have an agreement, so Kenyans should relax. The idea is to bring the Building Bridge Initiative…that’s the most important things,”
“We have an agreement between Jubilee whose Party leader is President Uhuru Kenyatta…I can’t go back, I am not going back, journalist should now write it on Newspapers, I will continue barking against corruption, tribalism…and it will be a righteous barking,”
“We can’t accept the violence in churches…If you find your partners cheating you, then, there will be a breach of trust, I want to call upon the leaders to work in accordance to what we have agreed publicly or even private,” Kalonzo Musyoka said
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