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Kitui Senator kicked out of Wiper leader’s think tank over Raila

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Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has kicked out Kitui Senator Enoch Wambua from his political think tank over what some of his handlers say is the senator’s hate towards and hard stance against ODM leader Raila Odinga.

According to reports and some sources from the Kalonzo Musyoka command center in Nairobi, the former vice president made this decision after a successful party NDC which was also attended by the former prime minister, who gave an indication the two leaders are likely to join hands again in 2022.

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After kicking out Senator Wambua from the Wiper leader’s inner circle, Kalonzo now relies on Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jr and Makueni MP Danson Maanzo for political advice on 2022 partnerships. Interestingly, both Senator Kilonzo and MP Maanzo have indicated their willingness to work with Raila.

 This latest move by the Wiper leader to kick out people opposed to Raila from the party’s decision-making ranks is coming just a day after telling off Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala about his ultimatums to OKA and open attacks on Senator Gideon Moi and the Wiper leader’s association with Odinga.

“Don’t come and tell us that when we do a certain thing you will leave us; you will leave us for where? Don’t come and say in the future that you have parted ways with us but in the real sense you have been sent by those in team wheelbarrow,” Mr Musyoka said in Bungoma on Saturday in an apparent reference to link to UDA.  

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Mr. Musyoka’s remarks were backed by ANC Deputy Party Leader Ayub Savula and firebrand trade unionist Francis Atwoli who have accused some ANC legislators of working with DP Ruto and UDA. In particular, MP Savula fingered Senator Malala for pushing William Ruto’s agenda in OKA.  

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