Wiper Party resolves to work with Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition under 'structured dialogue moments after the party members and officials met at Stoni Athi Resort, Machakos County in a crisis meeting organized by Kalonzo in absentia.
"We want to be part of the new Kenya going forward but we need structured discussions as what is being offered are only in the media. We want Azimio to know that the issue is about Wiper as a party, and not Kalonzo as people have made it to be," he said.
The Organizing Secretary Robert Mbui said that the party as called upon its leadership to reconsider working with Azimio and that there was still an avenue for discussions with Azimio citing they are very useful to the coalition.
Mbui said that the stalemate is not all about Kalonzo as a person as people and rival politicians have made it seem but as the party .
Religious, political and business persons from Ukambani region have called upon Kalonzo Musyoka to make a decision on his stand claiming that his continued adamant nature is going to cost the Ukambani region.
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