Kitui Governor has open up on Kalonzo following his defeat that saw him as third after the independent candidate and UDA coming second.
Ngilu noted that the Kamba community lacks the numbers needed to propel one to country's top seat.
Ngilu advised Kalonzo to swallow his pride and drop his presidential bid rather than be disappointed.
“If we decide to go alone as the Kamba community, we will be disadvantaging ourselves needlessly,” Ngilu noted.
Ngilu while speaking was confident saying that she believes in her theory because she experienced the disappointment that Kalonzo is yet to, at a personal level.
“I ran for presidency in 1997 and I did not win simply because our votes as a community are not enough to elevate one to presidency," Governor Ngilu recalled.
Ngilu passed a strong message to Kalonzo saying that the only way he can have a chance of being in government is by giving his support to the former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga.
“Kalonzo Musyoka is a good leader, and so are his One Kenya Alliance partners. But they can’t beat Raila in terms of votes,” Ngilu said.
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