According to Kalonzo Musyoka's close ally Stephen Mule, Kenyans might wait a bit longer to know if the Wiper party leader will rejoin Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, or he will go straight to the presidency.
The Matungulu member of parliament revealed that the decision announced by the party that Kalonzo will be on the presidential ballot come August 9 as not yet changed, and it will take a sitting of the party structures to reverse it.
Speaking on Monday from Athi River with KTN News during a meeting of Wiper party aspirants, Mule disclosed that he had not seen any meeting convened by either the party's National Executive Council, the National Election Board or it's National Governing Council, and thus the talks on whether to rejoin Azimio 'was out of the way as at now.'
However, in what appears to be 'a mind made up' Kalonzo's running mate attended the IEBC's pre-nomination meeting at the Bomas of Kenya, where he noted that they will be on the presidential race.
This comes amid allegations that there were talks led by Kanu's chairman Gideon Moi to woo Kalonzo back in to the Azimio team, with some insiders revealing that the talks were yet to bore fruits, as the Kalonzo team had insisted of a written agreement about their demands.
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