As the general elections draw closer and closer, political friendships are being broken while others are being strengthened. Political leaders are shifting allegiance as they join different parties that will guarantee their re election. President Uhuru Kenyatta has also fallen out with DP Ruto ahead of the general elections. The deputy president is in the Kenya Kwanza coalition while the president is in the Azimio La Umoja coalition. The two coalitions each have the former members of the One Kenya Alliance with Kalonzo Musyoka being in Azimio and Moses Wetangula in Kenya Kwanza.
However, Kalonzo has broken his silence and spilled the beans. The former vice president has hinted at Wetangula decampaigning from Kenya kwanza to Azimio La Umoja. This is because Wetangula has never been on the wrong side of government.
"My friend Wetangula has never been on the wrong side of government. I miss him. Don't be surprised if he joins Azimio." Kalonzo said.
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