Kalonzo made the revelation while addressing residents during the homecoming party for Ndalani MCA ward Francis Kitaka at, Yatta Subcounty, Machakos County.
In particular, the Wiper party leader highlighted the completion of Thwake dam and the proposed High Grand Falls dam among the various projects which would uplift the residents of Kitui and some parts of Makueni.
But in an apparent rejoinder to Ruto's remarks, Kalonzo said they have a lot of work to do rather than seeking jobs in the executive.Let it be known to all and sundry that the leaders in Azimio One Kenya Alliance are not interested in any jobs whatsoever from the executive. We already have a lot of work to do as we have demonstrated even this afternoon,'' he said.
Kalonzo has been angling for the position terming himself as the best-suited candidate amongst his competitors, who include NARC Kenya leader Martha Karua, Kitui governor Charity Ngilu, former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth, and Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya.
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