Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has said the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) is still strong despite Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi’s exit.
Speaking in Kabati, Kitui County, the Wiper party leader noted that with the help from his co-principal and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi’s KANU party he would succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kalonzo also clarified that his union with Moi is much stronger despite FORD Kenya leader Moses Wetangula and Mudavadi’s unceremonious exit.
“OKA is stronger than ever before and just as bold as we were as we walked out of that place,” he stated.
Kalonzo also warned politicians against underestimating the magnitude of his party, Wiper, claiming that he has influence in most parts of the country.
“Whoever jokes about Wiper has no idea about what they are dealing with, this time we are getting over 120 MPs, note that down somewhere
“All of Taita-Taveta and the whole Coast region we will produce over 10 governors. We are not playing like we used to,” he added.
On Wednesday, January 26, Mudavadi told off Kalonzo and Moi for storming out of his meeting at the Bomas of Kenya.
Speaking in Nakuru, the ANC party leader noted that he was free to talk with anyone, adding that he cannot disassociate himself with DP Ruto because of the duo.
“If you fell out with Ruto, don’t force me to do the same. The constitution is very clear, I am free to talk to anyone
“They ran way when they saw Ruto at Bomas, the people are the ones who decide,” Mudavadi said.