Kalonzo for president humbled Ngilu now declares after Jubilee left her high and dry
A relieved Ngilu has now vowed to work hand in hand with Kalonzo and all other leader from Eastern region to bring change and move the country forward.
Speaking at a Nairobi hotel after she met with Makueni Governor, Prof. Kivutha Kibwana, Kalonzo musyoka, Chama Cha Uzalendo leader, Wavinya Ndeti among a host of other Kamba leaders for a cup of tea, Ngilu said she appreciated their unwavering support during her time of need.
“I am very grateful to Kalonzo Musyoka and all the leaders here that they were able to come this morning and really celebrate me” Ngilu said during a press conference.
She added “ I want to thank honorable kalonzo Musyoka that he has travelled this journey with me for two years, you all know that I was put in court on fabricated issues that made no sense but I thank God and all my supporters that have stood with me during this time”
Ngilu and Kalonzo have always had a frosty relationship and during the state funeral of Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai, she embarrassed him by snubbing his handshake.
However Kalonzo resolve not to return an eye and eye and choosing instead to stand with Ngilu while she was facing the fraud charges for allegedly interfering with investigations in the controversial Karen land case seems to have soften Ngilu’s stance on Kalonzo.
A relieved Ngilu has now vowed to work hand in hand with Kalonzo and all other leaders from Eastern region to bring change. She urged the Nasa coalition to pick the Kalonzo who already has the backing of more than 2 million Kambas.
"The best leadership in our nation will now be seen now that Kalonzo and I are working together. the NASA principals must agree that there is need to get the best candidate so that the country can move forward “
“Today I am very pleased because this matter has come to an end and I can now look forward to going out there and do exactly what I have always love to do, serving the people” she stated.
She urged Kenyans not to despair in the face of massive corruption at the ministry of lands.
“I can only say I know one day Kenyans will get the best services that they deserve”
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