Moses Kuria Discloses Secret Deal Given to Kalonzo Last Week

Just a few hours to election and a lucrative deal 'offered' to Kalonzo is revealed

In a post seen by Plive.co.ke, Kuria stated that Kalonzo was last week offered various state positions for his tribes men.

The controversial legislator noted that according to the lucrative deal, Kalonzo was to get six cabinet secretaries, 15 Principal Secretaries, 50 Chairmen and 50 CEOs of parastatals and 30 ambassadors positions for his Akamba community.

Kuria highlighted that the former Vice President turned down the offer and opted to stay in the National Super Alliance as Raila Odinga’s running mate.

Kuria made the remarks following Kalonzo‘s statement at Uhuru park on Saturday during NASA final rally ahead of August 8 General Election.

During his speech, Kalonzo noted that the Mount Kenya region is lying low to see the revolution spearheaded by NASA.

"Safari hii Mount Kenya imelie low kuangalia the rest of the country vile mabadiliko..." Kalonzo said in part.

There have been several claims of Kalonzo being offered top position by the Jubilee Government.

However, the Wiper leader has dismissed the claims highlighting that he is in NASA to stay.

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