Hon Kalonzo Musyoka. (Photo courtesy).
Wiper Democratic Party leader Hon Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka's decision to decamp Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance has left his supporters confused. Aspirants and political leaders subscribing to Wiper met in Machakos today. After the meeting, Kathiani Member of Parliament Hon Robert Mbui announced that the politicians had reached to a conclusion that Kalonzo should drop his bid and support Hon Raila Odinga.
Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi who is an ardent supporter of Raila Odinga has this evening taken to his Twitter account and advised Azimio La Umoja to ignore Kalonzo's demands. A section of Wiper leaders have been demanding that Azimio should disclose the coalition agreement. When unveiling Martha Karua as his running mate, Raila promised Kalonzo a Chief Cabinet Secretary position. Wiper has been saying that the position is non-existent.
According to Ngunyi, Azimio should consider offering Ngilu the cabinet slot. He is of the view that Kalonzo is working for DP William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance Party. (UDA). Ngilu recently hinted at not seeking re-election in the forthcoming general polls.
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