Kalonzo not leaving CORD, MP says
12 April 2016, 21:01
Nairobi - Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka will not leave the CORD Coalition at any cost, an MP has said.
The MP, speaking to News24 on condition that he not be mentioned stated that despite there being issues over who will lead the opposition to the Presidency in 2017, he is firmly in CORD.
There are reports that there was a memorandum of understanding in 2013 which would have left Kalonzo the flag bearer in 2017 that CORD leader Raila Odinga is disregarding.
Despite those, talk of Kalonzo leaving is premature.
" There is nowhere Kalonzo is going to. He is firmly in CORD," the MP who is close to the Wiper leader told News24.
" The issues we believe will be sorted out in a fair manner and those who will not be considered will support the one who is. That is all that matters now," the MP added.
It is thought that Kalonzo will dump CORD if he is left to the side by CORD as the 2017 polls near.
That though, if the MP can be believed is not going to happen.
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