The Independence Party Kenya African National Union KANU, has dismissed reports and allegations that they intend to ditch Raila's Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party incase Wiper Democratic Movement party boss Kalonzo Musyoka is not named the coalition's running mate.
Speaking today, KANU secretary-general Nick Salat who is already at the KICC told media that they are in Azimio La Umoja to stay and will support Amy decision made by Raila dispute their boss endorsing Kalonzo for the seat.
"We are in Azimio for the long haul come what may. That thinking otherwise will be in for a rude shock. Baba for President," Mr Salat told a local publication.
This comes just a day after the Wiper boss skipped Raila's rally in Kamkunji and instead held a meeting with the Baringo senator a move that led to speculations that the two might be having a plan over August polls.
Kalonzo on his side will be making a big announcement and speculations are that he might be planning to run for the presidency.
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