Deputy President William Ruto and Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka have been having a strange political relationship. That is because they have been engaging in a war of words for a period of time now.
As the country heads to the next general election, many leaders have been talking about forming new political parties and coalitions in order to strengthen themselves. Kalonzo Musyoka is one of the leaders who is anticipated of making a move and today, Kenyans were left asking themselves if he may be on his way to UDA after Ruto's ally Boni Khalwale revealing what the Wiper leader told him while in Kitui County. Through his official twitter account, Boni Khalwale revealed that he requested Kalonzo Musyoka to join DP William Ruto's hustler movement and in response, the Wiper party leader didn't refuse. Instead, Kalonzo told him that in politics anything is possible. Meaning that he can as well join DP William Ruto.
"Yesterday at the burial of Elias Musyoka in Mwingi South in Kitui County, I politely requested @skmusyoka to join the Hustler Movement. He responded by saying in politics any thing is possible & that Mbele Iko Sawa. I gave him a standing ovation & the people cheered happily." Tweeted Boni Khalwale.
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