Wamunyinyi warns Kalonzo against blowing hot and cold In Joining Azimio


Democratic Action Party of Kenya (DAP-K) leader Wafula Wamunyinyi has warned Wiper party leader against giving conditions for him to join Azimio la Umoja movement.

Wamunyinyi stated that Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga will win the presidential race slated for August 9 without the support of wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka.

This week Kalonzo gave the conditions which indicated that he will only join Azimio if he will be made its presidential candidate.

Speaking in Bungoma while issuing bursary cheques to University and middle level colleges students,  Wamunyinyi asked Kalonzo to come out out boldly and decide if he supports Azimio la umoja or not.

“If Kalonzo is seeing that he must come to Azimio with conditions that he must be made the flag bearer, he must forget about it, he has come when we have already put everything in order and Raila is our candidate,” he said.

The Kanduyi law maker observed that they had already moved on after resolving that Raila will be their candidate and don’t want to be taken back from the gains they have made.

“We are not ready for another National Delegates Convention to install Kalonzo as the Azimio presidential candidate, if he feels like joining us let him do it now because Raila will still emerge the winner minus his vote,” said the legislator.

He added, “Nasa died long time ago and its death certificate issued by the registrar of political parties, there is no need of resurrecting nonexistent agreements,”.

DAP-K party boss asked Western region residents to rally behind Odinga’s presidential bid adding that Azimio la umoja has an upper hand to win the elections against Kenya Kwanza leaders.

“I want to be clear and assure you that President Uhuru Kenyatta is behind the Azimio la umoja to ensure that Raila wins the elections, we have put strategies in place to ensure that we get full support,” he said.

Wamunyinyi pointed that Wetang’ula and Mudavadi made a wrong decision to join Kenya Kwanza arguing that the region has supported the duo for long time.


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