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William Ruto’s party says Kalonzo Musyoka is a confusing leader

by Amos Khaemba

Deputy President William Ruto’s party, the United Democratic Alliance has faulted the decision by Kalonzo Musyoka to quit the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition saying it is a sign of a confused leader.

Yesterday, the Wiper leader announced his decision to quit Azimio after Raila Odinga failed to pick him as his presidential running mate.

Speaking on Citizen TV on Tuesday, May 17, UDA Secretary-General Veronica Maina hit out at Kalonzo Musyoka for making conflicting decisions all the time.

“To be honest Kalonzo confuses me a lot, he has made very many decisions in very many quick successions. Sometimes I tend to think some of his actions are delayed, his decisions come in too slow.” Marina stated.

She wondered why Kalonzo went for the interview on the selection of Raila’s running mate even after vowing he will not attend.

“I see his action now in his decision to unveil himself as a presidential candidate based on the disappointment he received when he realized that he was not being picked as the running mate, I wonder whether this was an afterthought or a card that was hidden to be taken out last minutes.” She added.

The UDA secretary-general opined that recent decisions by the Wiper leader depict him as an unstable leader who might lead his members in the wrong direction.

“In governance, you need a stable and almost predictable style of leadership where your members feel you are headed from point A to point B,” Maina said.

At the same time, Maina queried the legality of Kalonzo vying for the presidency even after the timelines given by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission have lapsed.

“Am asking myself very many questions about what timeline Wiper is using because timelines given by IEBC for party nominations already lapsed.” She said.

The Wiper leader announced his candidature for the presidency after he parted ways with the ODM leader.

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