In the intricate dance of Kenyan politics, alliances and betrayals often shape the destinies of political figures. One such narrative revolves around former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s alleged reluctance to support Kalonzo Musyoka’s bid for the deputy position to Raila Odinga, opting instead for Martha Karua.
The Azimio brigade’s purported support for Kalonzo appears to be a facade, according to some critics who argue that the Kamba community is being misled for selfish gains. The sentiment is echoed in the question: “If the former president, an Azimio ally, did not back Kalonzo during their time in power, can he be expected to support him now?”
The Mwingi Church event where the former head of state attended should not make wiper leaders happy hoping that their boss will Get support from these azimio leaders. Critics argue that Kalonzo has been led astray by false promises and that the Azimio brigade’s actions are driven solely by self-interest.
The assertion that the deep-state narrative was merely a smokescreen is accompanied by a reminder that even Uhuru Kenyatta, a key figure in the Azimio movement, had reportedly advocated for Martha Karua as Raila Odinga’s deputy. This raises questions about the authenticity of the alliances within the coalition and the true motivations behind the political maneuvers.
The advice for Kalonzo to break free from purported fake friends and pursue his individual political ambitions carries a weight of caution. It suggests that relying on alliances within the Azimio brigade may not serve his best interests and that charting an independent course could be the key to realizing his political aspirations.
As Kalonzo Musyoka stands at this political crossroads, the TCD digital encourages readers to scrutinize the alliances, question the motivations behind political endorsements, and consider the implications of historical decisions. In the ever-evolving landscape of Kenyan politics, the choices made by Kalonzo may well determine the trajectory of his political journey.