Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has yet to make his debut since joining the Azimio La Umoja coalition, prompting Kenyans, particularly Uhuru-Raila supporters, to question his absence.
Kalonzo Musyoka has yet to make a public appearance since endorsing Raila Odinga for president and promising to secure a majority of votes for him, but his counterpart Martha Karua, who recently joined the coalition, has already made her debut by sending an indication to fully affirming his position.
Kalonzo’s absence from Raila rallies has now surprised ODM blogger Robert Alai, who has revealed that he may have felt lazy or indifferent, which led him away from the rallies.
Kalonzo Musyoka had previously explained how the three governors of Ukambani had undermined him to the point of refusing to allow him to join Azimio, prompting him to fight to attend any gathering led by three governors, whether in Ukambani or elsewhere in the country. Kalonzo is a member of the Azimio coalition and one of the main leaders who should be appointed as running mate if all goes well.