Don’t bring petty fights to Azimio – Governor Mutua tells Kalonzo

Machakos Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua addressing residents in Kawethei, Kangundo. (Photo -Juline/Mauvoo)

Machakos Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua has asked Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka to stop fighting the three Ukambani governors and not to bring fights to Azimio.

Speaking at a rally in Kawethei town, Kangundo Subcounty Mutua said that it was unwise for Kalonzo to start fighting Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu. He termed it as a bad show calling on the wiper leader to stop petty fights and unite for the sake of the community.

“If you have agreed to join Azimio do it in peace, you joined Azimio on Saturday, and on Sunday you started speaking ill of Charity Ngilu, if you have decided to join Azimio come we work together and don’t bring fights in it,” Mutua said.

This comes a day after Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka said that Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu was the one who asked ODM leader Raila Odinga not to sign the Azimio-OKA coalition agreement so as to reprive him of any benefits.

Musyoka while speaking at Tseikuru, Kitui County said that Ngilu was not in favor of the Azimio-OKA coalition and she had influenced Raila not to sign the agreement leading to the 5-hour delay during the Azimio delegates conference.

“I was reading papers saying that I had refused for 6 hours to sign to Azimio. Honestly, Raila had refused to sign. He was under Ngilu’s influence so that Kalonzo would not get anything because they did not want to hear anything about Azimio-OKA,” Kalonzo said.

“At the end of it all I went with Gideon and Raila came with Ngilu. We must tell the people the truth. Some leaders felt bad when I said ” Raila Tosha” for the third time. Raila would have said Kalonzo Tosha but Ngilu would not allow,” Kalonzo added.

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