Hon. Weston Wanjohi has reacted through his official facebook page hours after suspended KANU Secretary General Hon Nick Salat joined president William Ruto's camp today in Bomet County.
According to him Nick Salat shouldn't have end his long relationship with Senator Gideon Moi looking at where they have come from.
"I agree with Nick Salat on one thing, KANU must resurrect. It will not come back through Azimio or through Kenya Kwanza; but it will definitely resurrect and would like to add two things;
1. Supporting William Ruto as president is absolutely correct but shifting your loyalty to him is ill advised.
2. The distance you've come with Gideon K. Moi is longer than the remaining distance, five or ten years is so little. It will end very fast". Said Hon. Weston Wanjohi.
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