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"Please Apostle Pray For Me" Kalonzo Calls For Prayers, Says He Felt Like a Prisoner

Kalonzo Musyoka, the leader of the Wiper Party, has shared his experiences of losing an election. 

At the City of Refugee Church in Kamenu Ward, Thika, Kiambu county, Kalonzo spoke on Sunday, January 15, as part of a KUCSA (Kiambu University and College Students Association) leadership thanksgiving service. 

The Wiper Leader claims that the nation is in a state of crisis with regard to its governance, adding that "very soon the nation will be released from prison." 

As a result of his losses in the presidential elections in 2013, 2017, and 2022, Kalonzo claimed to feel imprisoned.

"Three stolen elections have occurred while I was alive. It is a reality as of 2013, 2017, and now 2022. Pray for my release from prison, apostle, please. We have all been in situations comparable to the one I'm in now. Let this nation be released from its jail, please "Kalonzo remarked. 

In addition, Kalonzo Musyoka urged President Ruto to refrain from interfering with the Higher Education Loans Board's (HELB) operations, pointing out the enormous advantages that the board has provided for students.

According to Kalonzo, messing with the HELB is disruptive to the common students who directly benefit from the loan for school fees and maintenance in school.

Kalonzo stated that Raila Odinga and he intended to change Kenya if they were elected.

"Changing Kenya's economy was all we sought to do. And this development slipped by us. Kenyans need to exercise caution and diligence. Cartels are currently in charge of Kenya. President Ruto will definitely keep the promises he made during the campaign "I quote Kalonzo.

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KUCSA Kalonzo Kalonzo Musyoka Kiambu Kiambu University


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