Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has ruled out possibilities of him working with Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto.
Speaking in Mwala, Machakos County during the burial of the first-born son of Mulu Mutisya, the former Vice-President cautioned some local leaders pushing him to unite and work with ‘tainted’ people.
“Under the sun, you should never again tell me to partner with such people,” he warned.
Kalozno said this after Ruto allies in Ukambani led by Mwala Member of Parliament Vincent Musyoka had on several occasions urged Kalonzo to partner with Ruto ahead of the next years’ General Election.
“There are people who talk ill of William Ruto. A lot has been said about him but I want to tell you that he has a nationwide appeal,
“I want to advise that Kalonzo gets into a coalition that can win not just a village seat but a General Election,” Mwala MP said.
However, Kalonzo further said he cannot ink a coalition pact with people who can dent his presidential ambitions adding that he is confident he will fly the flag of the One Kenya Alliance.
Kivumbi.co.ke yesterday reported that there may be divisions in the One Kenya Alliance.
The four principals are no longer reading from the same script on matters pertaining the 2022 presidential race since the collapse of the BBI bill.
Recently Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi vowed not to sacrifice his presidential ambitions for anyone in the next General Election.
Mudavadi said he gave others a chance in 2017 after he had emerged in position three in the 2013 presidential election but not this time around.
“After my candidature in 2013 where I was position three, so many people accused me of not being a team player, and I gave them a chance in 2017 (to be presidential candidates) but we are still in opposition (since they failed to win the presidency). This time we are going to face off against each other. I will not leave anything to chance,” Mudavadi said.