Wiper Democratic Party has now issued fresh demands to former Prime Minister Raila Odinga who also stands to be the Azimio leader over his plans to declare another presidential bid in the upcoming 2027 polls.
Speaking to the media on Saturday 31st, Kitui Senator Enoch Wambua, said that it is high time Mr Odinga changes tune and endorse Kalonzo Musyoka for the top seat in 2027.
He said that considering the unwavering support Kalonzo has gifted Mr Odinga for a good number of years that saw him contest for a top seat three consecutive times, it's now time that he and his strongholds of Nyanza and Western unite fully behind Kalonzo as he sets to give Ruto a tough battle in the 2027 polls.
He further stated that should Mr Odinga continue and declare a new State House bid for the 2027 polls, then they will cause disquiet in the Coalition and might up dumping it.
"Wiper's new irreducible minimums threaten to cause disquiet in Azimio since Raila has not come clean on whether or not he will face Ruto again in 2027," read the statement.
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