Gatundu South Member of Parliament (MP) Moses Kuria has alleged billions of money ODM Party leader Raila Odinga received to cool down after 2017 General Elections while alleging the amount Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka will receive to rejoin Azimio - One Kenya Alliance.
Taking to the social media, the vocal legislator alleged that Kalonzo is set to receive a whooping Kshs 3 billion to sign a deal with Azimio.
Alleged Amount received by Raila
The Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) Party leader went ahead and claimed that the amount offered to Kalonzo is the second highest ever stashed on a political deal citing Raila's deal with Uhuru as the highest. According to him, Raila received Kshs 10 billion so that he can cool down after the controversial 2017 presidential election.
"Its only second to the Kshs 10 billion that Jakom got to cool down the country after 2017," alleged the MP.
Kalonzo's return to Azimio
Earlier in the day, Kuria predicted that the Wiper leader would rejoin Azimio on Monday, May 30, in "Kenya's most expensive political transfer".
Kuria claimed that just like he had predicted about the leader attending Azimio running mate interviews and failing to clinch the position, and so it happened, today's prediction will also come to pass.
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