Jubilee leaders break silence amidst speculation that Kalonzo is headed out of NASA
This comes barely a few days after the NASA co-principal termed Raila Odinga’s swearing in as “illegal”, sparking speculations that he could be headed to Jubilee given his change of heart.
Musyoka also failed to attend Raila Odinga’s ‘swearing in’ with sources revealing that all is not well in the opposition coalition.
Led by Tharaka Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki, the leaders disclosed that the party would welcome Musyoka with open arms, urging him to ditch the opposition.
“We will welcome Kalonzo with open arms so that we can work together to develop the country by uniting our county with Ukambani counties.” Njuki said.
His sentiments were echoed by Chuka/Igambangombe legislator Patrick Munene who noted that the Wiper Party leader should cross over to Jubilee for his political survival.
The leaders were speaking in Chuka/Igambangombe on Friday amidst speculations that Musyoka could be on his way out of the National Super Alliance (NASA).
Earlier this week, a close ally to the Wiper Party leader revealed that Musyoka along with other co-principals Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula were planning to form a new political outfit, excluding Raila.
However, Musyoka has dismissed all allegations of things falling apart in NASA, comparing his relationship with Odinga to that of conjoined twins.