Yesterday, while in Nanyuki, Ruto claimed that he had the support of the region ahead of the general elections, terming the other presidential aspirants as newcomers, but went on to state that every politician is free to tour any part of the country.
Speaking in Ruai on Sunday after attending a church service at the Covenant Worship, Kalonzo dismissed Ruto's sentiments insinuating that anyone who had the approval of the region was only the kingpin President Uhuru Kenyatta.
"Someone else if you wan to climb Mount Kenya you must do so through him but the authority Jesus had said nobody goes to the father except by me."
He went on to state that the OKA group is united to form the next administration, as it gears to fight corruption, tribalism and uplift the lives of Kenyans by streamlining the economy.
Some of his allies revealed that in the next few days Kalonzo and his team will be camping at the Ukambani Region in the bid to consolidate his votes ahead of the polls.
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