Kalonzo urges Kambas to fully support NASA

National Super Alliance presidential running mate Kalonzo Musyoka urged the Kamba to fully support the Opposition coalition.

Speaking in his Kitui County home turf on Monday, the Wiper party leader, who used metaphors, said: “The animal is now in a strategic position and the hunter must shoot without missing.”

“This will be a very divine election and we must come out to vote while looking at 2022. We are at the finish line, so do not despair,” Kalonzo said.

He repeated calls to have a ‘Wiper army’ in reference to voting only for Wiper candidates at the August 8 election.

Kalonzo was accompanied by Governor Julius Malombe, Wiper’s Machakos governorship aspirant Wavinya Ndeti, Mwingi Central parliamentary candidate Gideon Mulyungi, and his Mwingi West counterpart, Charles Nguna.

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Others were senatorial candidate Enoch Wambua, woman representative contestant Irene Kasalu, and Kitui businessman Sheikhalfred Mwanza.


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They addressed rallies in Nuu and Mumbuni markets in Mwingi Central and Mwingi West constituencies.

Kalonzo later addressed a Kitui leaders’ consultative meeting before addressing another rally at Masinga market in Machakos County.

The Wiper leader put the outgoing Mwingi Central MP, Joe Mutambu, Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua, and other party rebels on notice that they had written their political obituaries after they decamped to Jubilee.

“I am tired and fed up of political turncoats who use my name and influence to clinch power and later betray the Kamba. I urge the voters to punish them during the August polls,” he said.

Kalonzo called for vigilance, urging supporters to be “vigilant and ready to execute citizen arrests against people hell bent on subverting the popular will of Kenyans”.


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