All eyes are on parliament as Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party and Kenya Kwanza go all out for the control of the August House. But the decision by the Wiper party to convince Kalonzo Musyoka to drop out of the race has thrown the spanner in the works. MPs allied to Wiper feel Kalonzo would be humiliated if he ran for the position .
During the meeting, the NEC members unanimously convinced Kalonzo to drop his bid for the Speaker and instead focus on building his brand . Kalonzo the wiper party leader who support Azimio la umoja one Kenya alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga is seen as one of the candidates to fight for the presidency seat in 2027 .
kalonzo dropped the bid to fight for the National Assembly speaker seat to bud his brand for the next political race coming ahead . Kalozo did agree with the Supreme Court as it approved William Ruto as the winner of the presidential elections . Different Kenyans have reacted after kalonzo dropped the bid for the National Assembly speaker seat and focused on building his brand .
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