The latest update in the country indicates that Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka is on his way back to Azimio coalition under the condition that he gets 50% share in government appointment incase they win the August polls.
What made the Ukambani kingpin changed his mind from contesting earlier on left most of his supporters guessing. It is due to this that Gatundu South Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria decides to spill the beans on what might have transpired behind the cameras.
While taking to his account, Moses stated that a whooping three billion was the amount offered to Kalonzo so as to change his stance and support the candidacy of Raila Odinga. Going forward, he also alleges that Raila was given ten billion so that he can cool down the country which was divided after the 2017 general election.
Kalonzo Musyoka was one of the candidates who had forwarded their names to Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission for clearance to vie for the upcoming presidential polls. He even went ahead and picked his running mate so as to fulfill the requirements by the Electoral body. Incase he makes it back to Azimio, attentions will be on his backyard to see their reactions.
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