Kalonzo announced his State House bid last week, and went ahead to unveil him running mate, Andrew Sunkuli, before noting that he had broken his ties with the Raila led Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance.
Speaking with K24 TV on Tuesday evening, Kabogo who is the Tujibebe Wakenya party leader opined that Kalonzo will be back in to the Azimio Camp any time soon.
"Kalonzo was with us when we were talking between Mount Kenya Leaders and the Kalonzo's axis. At that time, we were looking if we would work together. Kalonzo was sure of going for the presidency. But I can say that he is difficult to understand him especially during elections. I will not be surprised when he goes back and support the Aziimio camp," said Kabogo.
Kabogo's sentiments comes a day after a section of leaders allied to the Wiper party requested Kalonzo to reconsider his presidential bid and exhaust all the disputes resolutions channels in the Azimio team.
Some of the aspirants who spoke with the media argued that their request to Kalonzo was driven by the fact that it will be costly for them to re-print their campaign materials which has Raila's name, pictures and the Azimio coaliation's logos.
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