Wiper Democratic Movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has finally send a bold message to Kenyans with barely eight days remaining to highly anticipated 20th march which has been termed as a day with destiny.
Speaking at Shalom Miracle Church in Mombasa where he and other Azimio leaders attended a church ahead of mega rally in Tononoka, Kalonzo Musyoka said that Kenyans have suffered alot in the name of electoral injustice since independence something has lead to the death of innocent people.
However he went ahead and gave the people of kenyans hope amid the cost of living as he claim that everything happening in the country will soon come to an end. He went ahead and likened the country to the kingdom of God, which he said has suffered from spiritual violence from the days of John the Baptist. He has told Kenyans that for the sake of this nation they have to stand firm and see the salvation
Former vice president Kalonzo also likened the Kenya Kwanza regime head by his excellency William Samoei Ruto to the Biblical Egyptian pharaoh, claiming that he oppresses kenyans so much but maintained that it will soon come to an end.
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