Can Kalonzo be CORD’s presidential flag bearer?

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PHOTO| COURTESY: Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka during a press conference on 19th Sep, 2016 at his Karen home.

The wiper supremo Kalonzo Musyoka is now left a lonely man after what appears to be the splitting of the cord coalition.

Of recent, the indomitable son of Jaramogi— ODM party leader— Raila Odinga has majored on his party, together with his lieutenants, making ODM more strong than the former CORD coalition.

With the cold fight staged by ODM deputy party leader governor Hassan Joho following his recent remarks, Kalonzo seems to have lost his place in cord.

Let me peel your eyes.

Raila Odinga is the defacto ODM’s presidential flag bearer. He’ll therefore in the ballot in the 2017 elections. His party, ODM, is now more popular than the cord coalition that’s disintegrating.

Raila has been criss-crossing the Country, County after county, in what’s seen as a move to popularize his party.

Kalonzo, on the other hand, has been resting at his Yatta home waiting for endorsement from the old man, same to Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetang’ula.

Really, will Raila endorse Kalonzo or Wetang’ula? The answer is a NO— They’re weak and none of them seems to have the muscles to stage a presidential campaign that can appear to oust the Jubilee government from ruling the country.

The 2017 elections will be Jubilee Vs ODM. Unfortunately, Kalonzo isn’t strong enough to form a third force. Consequences— he may end up missing in the two governments, the ruling government and the opposition.

Let’s remember Kalonzo in our daily prayers.

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