Wiper democratic movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka is under intense pressure from his trusted foot soldiers after his high profile move to ditch Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party to embark on a solo presidential match.
Wiper party leaders who met today at Stoni Athi hotel almost unanimously agreed that Kalonzo Musyoka should rejoin Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party and support Raila Odinga while taking up the offer given to him by Mr Odinga.
And now, as The Star news brief segment reports in this Video Here, the top brass of the Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party have made a decision to revisit the coalition agreement currently before the registrar of political parties.
The top leadership is said to have decided to make amendments to the document so that they are able to accommodate the demands that have been made by the former vice president.
It is said that the amendments may see the chief minister's role that Raila Odinga offered Kalonzo officially enshrined in the Coalition document.
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