This is after a huge crowd of his supporters blocked his motorcade, forcing him to address them
And rising to the occasion, Kalonzo Musyoka acknowledged their presence.
He praised their town(Nakuru) for being nice and among the clean towns in Kenya. Urging the youth to endeavor to keep it and care for the environment.
Kalonzo Musyoka further, took the opportunity to criticize DP Ruto's bottom-up Economic model and his hustler narratives.
He told the youth to shun away from politicians. Who are out there to only manipulate them for their political gains.
"Fanyeni Kazi kwa bidii ,MTU asikuje kuwadanganya," Kalonzo told the youth.
Click to watch the video on this link as premiered by Kalonzo Musyoka via his Facebook page.
Further, Kalonzo asked Nakuru residents to rally behind him. That should he clinch the top seat, he will ensure he unites all people.
Kalonzo also asked Orange Democratic Movement Party leader, Raila Odinga, and President Uhuru Kenyatta to rally behind his bid.
As he bade the residents goodbye.
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