Kalonzo tells off UDA leaders who complained he was disrespected at Kibaki’s burial

Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has told off UDA leaders who have been complaining that he was disrespected during Kibaki’s burial after failing to be given a chance to address mourners at the burial.

Speaking during the burial of Michael Mutuku Nduto, Father to Masinga Wiper MP Candidate David Mutuku alias DM, Kalonzo said it was time to have that debate stopped and Kibaki allowed to Rest In Peace.

“Please Kenyans, let Mzee Mwai Kibaki Rest in Peace. Don’t make him a subject of debate… whether or not I was able to speak at the funeral. I had the privilege of working with Mzee Kibaki for 5 years. It was enough for me to be there at Nyanyo stadium and Othaya and listen to the beautiful homily by Archbishop Muheria saying we need to sanitize our politics.” Kalonzo said.

“Let Mzee Kibaki soul Rest in Everlasting Peace. Had I gotten the opportunity to speak I would have said Kibaki didn’t want anything named after him. Amb Muthaura and I suggested we name Thika Superhighway after him, but he declined. Mzee Kibaki didn’t want anything of that. Maybe we can name Aberdarers after Kibaki.” Kalonzo added.

The Wiper party leader was responding to claims by UDA leaders who attended Johnson Muthama’s daughter’s burial Monday (2nd May) that he had been humiliated by not being allowed to Speak at Kibaki’s burial.

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“There are some people who think if they tell our people Kalonzo did not speak at Kibaki’s burial they will get angry. No, we are bigger and brighter than that. If you want to continue with that debate about Kibaki’s burial, don’t mention my name because I was there and released him to rest in peace.”The Wiper party leader went on.

On the ongoing Running mate Debate for Azimio, Kalonzo said, “Do not have a debate and don’t let your hearts be troubled with what I will become. Leave that to God, be confident. There is a way you can make too much noise and it appears you lack self-confidence.”


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