Francis Nyenze should leave Wiper peacefully, Governor Malombe

National assembly minority leader Francis Nyenze addresses the media in Parliament March 29,2017 where he said wiper party has given NASA coalition partners seven days to name Kalonzo Musyoka as the Presidential candidate failure to which the party would pull out from the alliance.Photo/HEZRON NJOROGE

Leader of Minority in parliament, Hon. Francis Mwanzia Nyenze has been very vocal in the recent NASA’s line-up. Nyenze is on record threatening mass walkout if Wiper’s party leader is not given NASA’s flag. “We need to talk and consult to see the way forward. We’ve to be told why Kalonzo is not the flag bearer?” – Nyenze

Kalonzo Musyoka, NASA Deputy Flag Bearer speaking to media in Nairobi snabbed Nyenze’s sentiments who insisted that Kamba nation feels betrayed in the NASA deal. “Its very pain to take some decisions. Once an important decision has been made we have to stick to the decision” – Kalonzo Musyoka

According to Kitui Governor, Dr Julius Makau Malombe leader of minority moved away from wiper Democratic Movement long ago. “Seat of Deputy President is an important and crucial seat in our country. Wiper leadership was fully involved in NASA’s negotiations, making noise will not help.” Malombe felt disappointed by Nyenze’s endless fight even after the party leader okayed the M O U.

As kamba leaders we fully support our son, Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka; Governor Malombe added. He said that he will be moving across the country campaigning for NASA team with the message of united Nation and that Kalonzo is a national leader.

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