ODM leader Raila Odinga ( Photo Courtesy)
The official exit of Wiper Party from the National Super Alliance has also seen the coalition's Chief Executive Officer Norman Magaya dump ODM leader Raila Odinga for former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka.
While announcing the party's exit from NASA on Monday evening, the Wiper boss said that they are going to focus fully on the One Kenya Alliance in the run to the next general election.
Kalonzo would also have use the same event to welcome Mr. Magaya into the Wiper Party fold.
ODM leader Raila Odinga and former NASA coalition CEO Norman Magaya ( Photo Courtesy)
" Norman is a very famous name. He said before they wind up NASA, they might wind up him as well. Norman thank you so much for joining Wiper. He is going to work closely with the party leader going forward," Kalonzo said as quoted by the People Daily.
Though Magaya was a NASA coalition CEO, he was very close to Raila and the ODM party.
A very serious manager when it comes to party matters, the move by Magaya to join Wiper comes as a blessing to Kalonzo and a huge blow to Raila.
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