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Kalonzo: Jubilee desperate to have me out of NASA

2017-03-20T14:03:00.009+0000 Amina Cynthiah Kerubo

[Former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka in a past event. He has blamed Jubilee for the brewing fallout in opposition. Photo/]

Former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka has accused Jubilee Party of spreading propaganda about his commitment to the opposition outfit National Super Alliance.

A section of opposition supporters have accused Musyoka of working secretly with President Uhuru Kenyatta to sabotage the opposition team.

And on Sunday at Kitengela, Musyoka, who I also Wiper leader, said his will be the last person to bolt out of NASA should that ‘unfortunate’ incident happen.

“I have heard enough from Jubilee bloggers and they must know that I am in NASA to stay. I have no intention whatsoever to move out,” he said to a mammoth crowd at Kitengela Township.

“It is their wishful thinking that I leave and that cannot happen any time soon. Kenyans are tired with Jubilee administration and we want to replace it,” he added.

Despite Kalonzo’ firm stand however, the opposition leaders are reportedly set to meet on Tuesday to dismiss a simmering crisis that has led to sharp differences over presidential candidate choice.

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