Raila and Wetang'ula reconcile
07 April 2016, 20:21
Nairobi - CORD leader Raila Odinga and Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang'ula have reconciled, the two leaders have said.
The leaders have had a tiff in recent times thanks to Raila ignoring the latter's Presidential launch in Kakamega but in a meeting between the two leaders, they resolved to work together to build the CORD coalition in the face of stiff competition ahead of the 2017 polls.
The message was re-enforced by co principal Kalonzo Musyoka Thursday.
" We are one. We are together. Nothing has changed and nothing will change," he said.
" In every marriage there are problems. Ours is no different but it ends there. We are happy and we are together," he added.
There had been talk that some members of Wetang'ula's FORD Kenya Party would quit the CORD Coalition in the face of the perceived harassment of their party leader but they too according to Kalonzo are going nowhere.
" Those are just rumours. We are all in one Coalition and looking forward to the upcoming elections," he added.
There is still uncertainty over the mode to be used to select the party nominee to chase the Presidency come the 2017 polls.
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