Kalonzo Finally announces his stand on Raila's Swearing-in Ceremony 

Kalonzo issued a worrying message to President Uhuru kenyatta.

Speaking in Kitui County on Thursday, Kalonzo warned President Uhuru Kenyatta that he (Kalonzo) and Odinga would be sworn in if he failed to dialogue with them.

"Uhuru if you will not allow dialogue, Kalonzo and Raila will be sworn in. Don't blame us when we are sworn in," he stated.

Kalonzo went ahead and thanked Kenyans for their encouragement while he was caring for his ailing wife, Pauline Musyoka in Germany.

The former Vice President spoke after laying a wreath on the burial site of late Kitui West MP Francis Nyenze in Kyondoni village, Kitui County.

Kalonzo was expected to attend Nyenze's burial but failed to attend after missing his flight

The NASA co-principal was speaking for the first time in public after arriving from Germany on Wednesday night.

He left the country on October 11, 2017, two weeks before the October 26th repeat presidential election to be with the wife, with whom they returned with in the country.

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