Kalonzo to reconcile Mutua and Kiala
01 September 2014, 09:47
Nairobi - Machakos Deputy Governor Bernard Kiala was seen together with CORD principal Kalonzo Musyoka as the clamour for a referendum continues.
The under-fire Kiala, who has been sidelined by his boss and Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua over his conduct was at the weekend on the referendum trail together with Kalonzo.
The two were Sunday in Masii Machakos, where they attended a church service, where Kalonzo called on Kenyans to support the referendum.
He also said that he would seek a meeting between Mutua and Kiala over their recent differences.
" There is no time for disunity at the moment. We do not need that as a people and as a party, he said.
" I will call all of them for a meeting including the County Assembly members to ensure that we have this issue ironed out, he added.
On issues referendum, Kalonzo insisted that the Jubilee government is unable to deliver to Kenyans thus the need for a referendum.
" The referendum is a must. We need a government that can deliver and this one has shown it cannot, he said.
" It is something Kenyans want and nothing will stop it. It is already in motion and it will not stop, he added.
The CORD coalition has so far said that close to 1 million signatures have been collected by the referendum team.
Leader Raila Odinga has said that they are moving forward with the referendum plans for the sake of Kenyans and by Kenyans.
" This is not about us but about Kenyans, he said Saturday in Nairobi.
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