“I am feeling low for my country,” says Kalonzo Musyoka

Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka now says that his ethnic background should not be a factor to consider when the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya is picking a running mate. 

Speaking at a church service in South B on Sunday, Kalonzo expressed confidence that ethnic dynamics would not play a role in selecting a running mate in the coalition.

He said as Azimio-One Kenya Alliance they are on a mission to change how this country is governed – a country under law and under God.

“I am feeling low for my country. The leaders are trying to take advantage and manipulate people to end up with a leadership which will be the shame of this country.”

He urged Kenyans to use this period to repent for the nation. “Please relax and let God shape the affairs and destiny of this nation.”

Kalonzo called out on the registrar of societies to facilitate registration of churches.

“It’s wrong to deny any church congregations registration.” He said.

“We cannot understand how atheists can be registered and churches are denied registration.” Rev. Kepha Omae – Redeemed Gospel Church, Liberty Christian Centre.

Hon. Kalonzo was accompanied by other Wiper leaders at the Liberty Redeemed Gospel Church – South B, Nairobi.


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