Raila Odinga today during Kalembe Ndile's burial in Makueni County showed his interest in working together with the Whiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka in 2022.He claimed that the contentment that Kalonzo has in terms of leadership and development of projects to the citizen indicates his excellence in case they join hands.The Orange Democratic Party (ODM) leader suggested this few days after he was repelled by the Kibra residence who made a decision to join UDA party.Today the former MP burial ceremony turned into a political rally where different leaders expressed their minds towards 2022 elections .However the leaders shared the message of condolences to the family and friends of the late Kalembe Ndile.Currently the political leaders are not sure which way or party to follow.Many leaders are changing mind and they have not yet made a reliable decision on leadership support.Nevertheless citizens are looking forward to 2022 elections to identify the presidential aspirants and their deputies.
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