A helicopter belonging to Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.
Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party presidential candidate Raila Odinga is is expected to hold mammoth political rallies in his stronghold of Homa Bay county with a host of political leaders allied to his wing expected to attend.
Among those expected to grace the occasion is Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka. However, as his communication director Paloma Gatabaki affirmed, a chopper carrying Kalonzo Musyoka developed engine problems mid air.
The chopper whose engine developed issues was forced to make an emergency landing at Narok county. Kalonzo's personal assistant Dennis Kavisu equally affirmed the development while confirming that Kalonzo was on his way to Homa Bay to join Raila Odinga.
Gatabaki further disclosed that another helicopter was deployed to pick Kalonzo from Narok and relay him to Homa Bay and that Kalonzo is well and safe and he will attend today's rallies in Homa Bay.
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