I just want to build bridges and help in healing the country, says Kalonzo

Kalonzo Musyoka
Kalonzo Musyoka
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Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has told off his critics that his relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Jubilee government is purposely meant to unite the country.

Kalonzo, who is also the National Super Alliance co-principal, said he does not have any secret deal with the president as some of his critics purport.

“I do not have any deal with President Uhuru Kenyatta. I am just on the negotiating table and the contents will be put bare. My commitment as of now is to build bridges and help in healing this Country,” said Kalonzo.

Makueni Governor and Wiper Party Chairman Kivutha Kibwana, earlier on accused the former Vice President of having secret deals with President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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Mr.Kalonzo affirmed Kibwana that he embraced the handshake to further and deepen the unity and cohesion of the nation after a sharply divisive political season. 

He added that the current political state in the country called for patriotic individuals and leaders to cool the temperatures and forge a united front for the nation.

The Wiper leader added that his move is also meant for the well being of his community, so that Kamba Community can have a stake in building unity'.

“After the handshake, I decided not to be left behind, we joined in the negotiating table, to bring Kenyans together, kill tribalism and build bridges for all,” he said.

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He was accompanied by MPs Daniel Maanzo, Julius Mawathe and Peris Tobiko and hosted by Kajiado Governor Joseph Ole Lenku at Isinya, Kaputiei North Ward in Kajiado East during the Thanks giving ceremony of Wiper's Joshua Olouwasa.

Ole Lenku backed Kalonzo's sentiments, saying unity was highly needed in the country.

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