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Kitui: "He Is Stingy" Blow To Kalonzo As Bodaboda Riders Ditch Him For Dp Ruto Ahead Of 2022 (Video)

Wiper Democratic Movement Kenya leader Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka has been dealt a huge blow by a group of Bodaboda riders from Kitui after it announced that they were ditching him for deputy president Dr William Ruto ahead of 2022 general election.

This follows after the youth, mostly drawn from Mwingi Central constituency, grouped themselves and hit out at the former vice-president for taking them for a ride for a long time. They noted that Kalonzo was stingy and unreliable. Here is the video of the event: https://www.facebook.com/110116503870357/posts/420315352850469/?app=fbl

According to them, Kalonzo failed to use his leadership position while he was the longest serving Member of Parliament, Cabinet Minister and former retired president Mwai Kibaki's second in command to transform Ukambani region. They opined that the Wiper boss could not make any better changes to their lives even if he wins an elective post.

However, they quipped that even if Kalonzo was to offer them any assistance, it would be inconsequential to them because they would not take him seriously.

They called on Dr Ruto to pay them a visit and solve their bodaboda transport business since, in their observation, the DP had a better solution for the same.

"Kalonzo has done nothing. He is stingy. We want Ruto to come because he will help us," they said.

The group warned Ukambani leaders who were allegedly frustrating the deputy president's plan to visit the county for a development and political tour. They urged them to keep off because every Kenya has been granted freedom of movement by the constitution.

This is a blow to the former vice-president since he has lost a critical group which could have leverage prospects of him being elected to office next year.

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