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Kalonzo Exposes Ruto's Trick to Stay in Power Past 2022

While talking during a book send off in Machakos on Saturday, December 3, Kalonzo blamed Ruto for supporting the cleanse against the four IEBC magistrates to introduce different officials who might bow to his requests in the 2027 Official General Political race.

While blaming him for fascism, the Azimio Chief showed that Ruto's supported assaults had constrained magistrate Equity Nyang'aya to leave.

"See this pattern of taking us back into the times of autocracy. I saw one of the chiefs couldn't take it, he surrendered," Kalonzo expressed.

The previous VP further contended that Ruto's choice to suspend chiefs Juliana Cherera, Nyang'aya, Irene Masit and Francis Wanderi subverted the constituent organization's autonomy.

"Are you planning to run in 2027 and what kind of political race would it be in the event that the discretionary commission would be a limited show?" Kalonzo pondered.

His opinions were reverberated by Narc Kenya Party pioneer, Martha Karua, who regretted that Ruto's organization was retrogressive.

"In any case, what is extremely upsetting about legislative issues today is that the more we change, the more things continue as before and I have understood the change goes on forever," Karua demanded.

Ruto suspended the four officials and framed a council headed by Equity Aggrey Muchelule.

Different individuals in the council reported through a Paper Notice dated Friday, December 2, included Carolyne Kamende Daudi, Linda Gakii Kiome, Mathew Njaramba Nyabena and Col. (Rtd.) Saeed Khamis Saeed.

Equity Muchelule-drove court will consider the appeal looking for the evacuation of the four IEBC magistrates who repudiated the August 9 Official outcomes.

Following 30 days, the council will present its report, which will seal the destiny of the magistrates.

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Azimio Irene Masit Kalonzo Machakos Nyang'aya


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