2022 Politics: Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka in Trouble After Disclosing This Information


2022 politics is already gaining momentum as different politicians continue to disclose various plans they have that would make them override their opponents.

Today, former vice president and Wiper Party leader, Kalonzo Musyoka took to his social media platforms to reveal that they had a long meeting with other One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals, Musalia Mudavadi, Gideon Moi and Moses Wetangula.

Kalonzo revealed that the aim of the meeting was to discuss ways of strengthening their union in readiness for the 2022 general elections.

"We met a section of elected leaders from our respective parties and discussed ways of strengthening our union in readiness for the next general elections," he disclosed.However, his statement was welcomed with mixed reactions from his followers with majority advising him to take another path of his political life since the alliance could not sail through in the next general elections. The asked him to abandon it and join the ODM party leader Raila Odinga since that could be the only way he can make it to the presidency.

"You're uniting your home party instead of going round looking for other leaders from different parts of this country," Olekatim Joshua.

"Tribal coalition, hustler is unstoppable be warned," Kipkelion.

"Do you know senator Gideon Moi has never spoken in senate for the last four years and you are pushing him to lead us, what a shame!" Kenneth Muriithi."People are battling in the court and you're busy waiting for endorsement," Bon Bonaya.

"Joining Raila Odinga is the only way you guys will remain relevant in the 2022 equation," John Ngugi.

"If I were you sir, I would close this account and quit facebook. Kenyans will finish you with damning comments," Henry Bunei.

"You should be behind Raila for that alliance to sail through and clinch the presidency," Ronald Nyakina.The meeting between the three leaders comes after Kalonzo Musyoka vowed never to support the ODM party leader Raila Odinga for presidency in the coming general elections.

It is however, not clear who exactly will fly the flag of the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) among the four principals.

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