- She says Kalonzo is a friend of Azimio and Jubilee.
The Kiambaa parliamentary aspirant Damaris Waiganjo has expressed optimism that the Wiper boss Hon. Kalonzo Musioka is coming back to Azimio.
Speaking on TV47 morning, the Kiamba aspiring legislator say she is very pleased to say that Kalonzo is not going anywhere.
According to her statement, Kalonzo is a friend of Azimio La Umoja and her Jubilee party.
She note that Kalonzo was given a position in Azimio, and expressed confidence that he is coming back.
She further pointed out that the problem youth are having as is that "I know today's thieves, not yesterday's."
She says 100% of the youth want to know today's saviors and thieves.
"If you (Kenya Kwanza Alliance ) want to talk about history, talk about who stole and who did not." She said.
The Jubilee Party chairman David Murathe say it will be desirable to have Kalonzo Musioka in Azimio because that says Ukambani votes is locked for the block because Ngilu is in, Kivutha is in, most of the leadership in lower eastern is in.
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