Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa has asked Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka to join Kenya Kwanza brigade and support DP Ruto’s presidential bid in August polls.
Speaking at Bahai in his constituency during a rally, Barasa trashed OKA’s deal saying that it will not be fruitful if it signs a coalition agreement with Azimio la Umoja led by ODM boss Raila Odinga.
“If Kalonzo is clever enough he should stop wasting time and waiting frustrations after Azimio will be defeated by Kenya Kwanza brigade, let him come and join Kenya Kwanza which is a sure bet,” Barasa said.
He said that Odinga frustrated his NASA co- principals after entering into a handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“Raila is not someone you can plan a deal with, he changes after he reaps big from the deal so I want to tell my good friend Kalonzo that think twice before signing an agreement with that Mzee wa vitendawili, he will frustrate you again, follow Wetang’ula’s and Musalia’s footsteps to continue surviving in Kenyan politics,” he said.
The Tanga Tanga MP asked Kimilili residents to re-elect him attributing it to the developments he has done in school adding that no candidate will defeat him in August polls.
“Where I have reached is not easy as some of you think I have really struggled to bring Kimilili to where it’s today, I have faced defeat from my opponents sponsored by CS Eugene Wamalwa they have gone to extend of unveiling a DAP-K candidate to compete me in August polls but I want to tell them that my work speaks for itself,” he said.
The first term MP revealed that CS Wamalwa has been going around Kimilili constituency saying that residents have rallied behind his newly DAP-K party dismissing his claims assuring that his constituency residents are behind DP’s UDA lead party.
“I have heard CS Eugene Wamalwa on different occasions claiming that Kimilili people are in support of his village party DAP-K. I want to dismiss those senseless sentiments and clear the air that Kimilili is behind Kenya kwanza brigade,” he affirmed.
MP Barasa urged residents to support Ruto’s presidential bid adding that Kenya Kwanza is optimistic of taking the government in August this year.