Kalonzo Musyoka has now come put directly and made a declaration following the coming together of Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula and the deputy president ahead of the much anticipated 2022 presidential race. While addressing a crowd Kalonzo was quick in stating that the way to the statehouse is now clear and open following the departure of Musalia Mudavadi from their side even though he disclosed that Musalia Mudavadi had not said that he has gone away from One Kenya Alliance.
On the other side, Kalonzo Musyoka begged Moses Wetangula to remain with the One Kenya Alliance team ahead of their next big step which is getting to the presidency in the next general elections. Kalonzo said that they have come a long way together with Moses Wetangula and he should not betray him by joining hands with deputy president William Ruto. He advised Wetangula to get back on track rather than leaving One Kenya Alliance because the result will be hurtful to him.
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