After succumbing from a yet unrevealed disease which he had been suffering from for a long time, former Kibwezi MP Kalembe Ndile was finally laid to rest at his Mbui Nzau home, Kibwezi in Machakos county today.
As expected, various political leaders across the country attended the event as the late Kalembe was also a politician.
The Wiper Democratic leader Kalonzo Musyoka who is perceived by many to be the Ukambani region kingpin appeared to be the master of the ceremony.
While adressing the mourners at the burial, Kalonzo revealed how president Uhuru Kenyatta refused to pick his phone call as he tried to inform him of the demise of the late Kalembe 11 days ago.
According to him, it is only through a text message that the president reached back to him expressing his condolences for the death of Kalembe.
The Wiper Democratic leader also delivered some bad news to Ruto by revealing that there are ongoing talks to rebuild the NASA coalition so as to come up with a stronger alliance that will take the 2022 elections by storm. Kitui governor Charity Ngilu also urged Kalonzo and Raila to unite again so as to block Ruto from the presidency come 2022.
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