Kalonzo Musyoka, a former Vice President, has indicated that Deputy President William Ruto's coalition with Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi is irrelevant to him. One Kenya Alliance (OKA) member expressed delight at the union, claiming that he is now assured of victory in the presidential election.
On the other hand, Kalonzo appealed to Ford Kenya CEO Moses Wetangula to rethink, stressing that working with Ruto would be difficult.
He said that Mudavadi's presence in OKA created congestion, but that now that he has departed and joined forces with Ruto, the route is open.
Mudavadi has not notified us whether he has departed OKA or not.
Ruto said that they will travel to Nakuru and the Rift Valley, but the ANC leader has not yet spoken. In any case, Sunday's actions have paved the way, as Kalonzo stated.
My other buddies, I suppose, were responsible for the traffic delay; the road to the State House is now clear. Do not be alarmed; the entire world is waiting for us to enter, and this time we are conversing directly. We do not employ brokers, "he explained.
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