Kalonzo Musyoka has finally agreed to work with Raila Odinga and Martha Karua in order to ensure they Win the August Election. It has emerged that, Wiper Leader Dropped his bid after consultations with His Allies. Some of the officials led by SG wanted him to Run for Presidency in order to Restore his Name after what they Termed as Mistreatment when Raila Unveiled Narc Kenya leader as his Deputy.
Former VP Demands has been met as Raila agreed to allocate him Two Ministries of Foreign Affairs And Energy. He's also consulting to be given another post for Devolution or Water. The plan is to ensure that his backyard benefits From Azimio Administration by ending long Term problems That has Bedeviled them.
His Role as mediator in South Sudan where He has Been instrumental in uniting the young Nation could why He want CS For Foreign Affairs in order to continue with his Work. He'll also be a chief minister tasked with coordinating govt activities
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