Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has mocked Wiper Democratic Movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka telling him that it was time for him to retire from politics and retreat to his home in Tseikuru.
The Tanga Tanga Movement MP said that the former Vice President, together with his two National Super Alliance (NASA) co-principals Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford-Kenya patron Moses Wetangula have been for a long time been depending on Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga.
He purported that the three veteran politicians cannot stand on their own feet if the former Prime Minister left them to fend for themselves.
He said that with his experience in politics, one would expect better from him, but e appears confused, and that is why Raila Odinga is manipulating him.
“Kalonzo should go back to Tseikuru after you get all the money you are paid to support a particular candidate,” he said.
Sudi, a staunch Deputy President William Ruto follower, also warned Kalonzo against the idea of forming a coalition with Baringo County Senator Gideon Moi’s Kenya African National Union (KANU).
He said that he had heard that Kalonzo had said that he could not join DP William Ruto and also made it clear that he cannot support ODM leader Rail Odinga.
He went on to advise him that if instead of working with Gideon Moi, he should work with Wetangula or Mudavadi since Raila has already dismissed him, saying that he has not asked for Kalonzo’s support.
In the four times, Raila has tried to clinch the Presidential seat, Kalonzo has worked with him twice.
Oscar Sudi’s words comes a few days after Kalonzo Musyoka’s statement on Saturday 26 in Makueni County, where he made it clear that he would never work with United Democratic Movement (UDA), which is affiliated with Deputy President William Ruto.
He argued that this was because his party Wiper is guided by principles of good leadership and transparency in the fight against corruption.
He indicated that DP Ruto has integrity issues while adding that the One Kenya Alliance, which is formed this year ahead of next year’s General elections, would be the one to form the next government.