Kalonzo Musyoka dismisses 'malicious rumour by Jubilee'

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Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has responded to claims by a section of the media that he is leaving NASA.
Speaking Tuesday in Kisii, the CORD co-Principal dismissed the claims as malicious.
“Ignore rumours from our enemies,” he urged his supporters, accusing Jubilee of propagating the rumour.
NASA, which comprises of ODM, ANC, Wiper, Ford Kenya and other opposition parties, will be backing one candidate in the August Presidential election.
Last week, NASA named a 12-member team to hunt for a joint Presidential candidate who will be named in the course of the month.
Kalonzo has reiterated that he is in the race to State House, adding that he is not afraid of fighting for the NASA ticket.
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