Robert Alai who is among the famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that Negotiating with Kalonzo and giving in to his current demands is insulting to all other Azimio Coalition members. How do you keep giving in to his demands but he still create new demands? Let Kalonzo go. Play rough!
Say tweeted, "Are you saying that you don't need the Akamba votes to win this election. Last time i checked kalonzo still controls the Eastern votes he's the kingpin there don't be lied to by Kivutha and Ngilu kwa ground hatuwatambui."
Jameson tweeted, "Nope. I disagree. This is not a winning political language. Let us bear with Kalonzo. Rem Raila needs presidency more than Kalonzo. Let's us learn to embrace him and avoid chest thumping."
Paul tweeted, "Only 10 days to go and we close that chapter of kalonzo forever. If he never comes back to his senses let's let him go tuone kama atapata hyo running mate in kenya kwanza."
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