Standard Digital claims that a fault with the engine of Kalonzo's helicopter caused the pilot to be forced to make an emergency landing in Suswa, which is located in Narok County.
The leader was coerced into boarding a different helicopter, but he was able to go on with his quest.
According to the report, "Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka's chopper makes an emergency landing at Suswa after suffering engine troubles," and then "he travels to Homa Bay in a separate Chopper."
In the video that was distributed, it is possible to see Kalonzo waving to the audience that had come to watch the incident before he boarded another helicopter.
The leader will soon be joining fellow Azimio - One Kenya Alliance leaders led by Raila Odinga who are currently traversing Homa Bay County in order to popularize their bid. Raila Odinga is currently in charge of the group.
The group is staying in the home of the county's woman representative, Hon. Gladys Wanga, who is running for governor in the upcoming general elections.
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