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UDA Senator Aaron reveals what Kalonzo should do to demand 50% of Gov't

IN SUMMARY.

- UDA senator have changed tune on winning the coming polls on round one.

- According to Senetor Aaron Cheruiyot, if Kalonzo runs as a presidential candidate, he will force for a run off.

The Kericho Senator Hon. Aaron Cheruiyot who is allied to the Ruto-led United Democratic Alliance UDA party say if Kalonzo Musioka run as a presidential candidate he will force the nation to have a run off in the forthcoming elections.

According to the outspoken Senator, Kalonzo will then use this to demand for 50% of the government from either side of the political spectrum.

"All indications are that if Kalonzo works extra harder, he has the ability to force a Run Off...Meaning, post Aug 9th, he can even demand for 50% of government from either side. It seems the good son of Tseikuru is not what you all take him for." He said in a tweet.

This follows days after the Wiper party urged Kalonzo Musioka to consider coming back to Azimio La Umoja One Kenya, an alliance of opposition Chief Raila Amolo Odinga.

Speaking on Wednesday 25th May 2022, Sunkuli who Kalonzo picked as his running mate confirmed Kalonzo is on his way back to Azimio.

In their earlier statement, the Kenya Kwanza brigade has been saying that they are winning the August Polls one with a 70%+1 margin.

Senator Aaron Cheruiyot statement on Twitter indicates that the panic is real in Ruto's camp that with Kalonzo rejoining Kenya Kwanza, the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya might win the coming polls in first round.

The Kenya Kwanza camp have trying to court Kalonzo Musioka by "incited" him to dump Azimio for KKA.

Does Dp Ruto stand any chances in the coming polls if Kalonzo join forces with Raila-Martha ticket? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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