June 18, 2024

Kalonzo responds to reports he’s angling for a position in Ruto administration

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Kalonzo responds to reports he's angling for a position in Ruto administration

Kalonzo Musyoka denies claims he's angling for a position in Ruto administration through NADCO

Kalonzo Musyoka denies claims he’s angling for a position in Ruto administration through NADCO.

On Sunday, March 10, Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka declared that, in spite of a recent ceasefire between the opposition and the President of State, he would not serve in President William Ruto’s administration. 

In an interview with Inooro TV, Kalonzo clarified that there was no truth to the rumors of a handshake government run by the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO). 

The former vice president clarified that while NADCO had created a framework for national stability, this did not imply that the opposition was fighting for power.

“There is no NADCO government because there is a lot to be done. Without that, there can be no working together,” he explained. 

“I do not want to be in the government. I am ready to be in the opposition to fight for Kenyans.” 

Kalonzo explained that his vision at the moment was to protest against Ruto’s government with the aim of unseating the fifth president of Kenya. 

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The Wiper Leader was wary that Raila and Ruto may have different agreements that did not align with his political vision. 

He explained that he had prepared the NADCO report and that should Raila and Ruto not oversee its implementation he would not stand to be blamed. 

“I have given them the NADCO report and if they (Raila and Ruto) destroy it, it is up to them,” he explained. 

He recognized the fact that it was Raila and Ruto who came up with the idea of creating a dialogue committee and entrusted him to co-chair the team alongside National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichungw’ah. 

Kalonzo reiterated his previous remarks that there was no need to subject the 8 Bills created by the NADCO committee through public participation. 

His argument was that the Bills came about from proposals by Kenyans and as such there was no need for a second public participation. 

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