Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has vehemently refuted claims that he could bolt out of the National Super Alliance (NASA).
The NASA deputy leader says fresh claims linking him to Jubilee are meant to tarnish his relationship with NASA principals.
Speaking when he held a meeting with Wiper women nominated and elected leaders in Athi River on Tuesday, Kalonzo claimed that there are forces keen to see him separate with Raila Odinga.
He said he has no plans of abandoning the National Super Alliance.
“I urge NASA supporters and politicians to ignore this cheap rumors and propaganda that is being circulated in some media outlets about me joining Jubilee,” Kalonzo said.
Kalonzo said he has become a victim of attacks adding that his commitment in NASA is not questionable.
“I am not going to listen to what propagandists and fake political analysts are predicting because my commitment to NASA reforms agenda cannot be questioned,” he added.
There are claims that Kalonzo might abandon Raila weeks after his inauguration as the People’s President, an event the former skipped.
On Sunday, Kalonzo’s deputy Farah Maalim said the former Vice President will not take oath as the People’s Deputy President.
Maalim said Kalonzo is lawyer and understands what it means to take an oath that is not provided for in the constitution.
The former National Assembly Deputy speaker claimed Kalonzo, Amani National Congress Party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula are not comfortable with Raila’s decision to swear himself as the People's President.
Maalim predicted a fallout in NASA.
On Tuesday, there were speculations that Kalonzo will be sworn in on February 28 at Uhuru Park.
The Wiper leader has since denounced the February 28 swearing in, terming it pure propaganda.
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