Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria says Kalonzo Musyoka will not leave the Azimio Coalition and has cautioned Kenya Kwanza supporters from celebrating the current friction between the Wiper leader and the committee selected by the Azimio Council to interview possible running mates.
”Word of caution to my fellow Kenya Kwanza great people. Kalonzo will still go for the interview. He is currently on study leave in preparation. He will not be picked as the running mate. Yet he will still find a convenient excuse to stay in Azimio,” the Gatundu South MP wrote on his Facebook page.
On Wednesday morning, Deputy President William Ruto in a rare move came to the defense of Kalonzo Musyoka, saying he was being subjected to a public humiliation by having him interviewed for the running mate’s slot, like other interested individuals in the coalition.
”Though we are competitors, to subject Kalonzo to some humiliating ‘interview’ is impunity. We must unite to eliminate the culture of political deceit, the hallmark of some politicians. Whatever the circumstances,” DP William Ruto tweeted.