– NASA affiliated leaders including co principal Moses Wetangula took some time off politics to pay Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka a visit in Germany
– Kalonzo has been in Germany since October 11 to attend to his wife Pauline Kalonzo who is undergoing specialized treatment
– Despite his absence from the political scene, Kalonzo shared a message online that proved he was still behind opposition
NASA co principal Moses Wetangula took some time off the Kenyan political scene to pay fellow Principal Kalonzo Musyoka a visit in Germany.
The Wiper Party leader has been missing in action over the past few weeks amid speculation of his position in opposition.
After weeks of silence, reports emerged that the Wiper leader had decided to ditch the alliance after NASA leader Raila Odinga withdrew his candidacy in the repeat poll.
However, that was not the case as TUKO.co.ke found out, as Kalonzo has been out of the country to attend to his wife Pauline Kalonzo.
Pauline has been ailing for a long time and has reportedly been undergoing specialised treatment in Germany, where Kalonzo has been for the past few weeks.
In photos seen by TUKO.co.ke, Moses Wetangula alongside other NASA affiliated leaders paid the former Vice President a visit in Germany.
The leaders met at what seemed to be a health facility in Germany where Kalonzo’s wife is believed to be recuperating.
Confirming the visit, Kalonzo shared a hearty message on his social media page:
“Thank You my Brothers Sen. Moses Wetangula, Governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana and Governor Josphat Nanok for checking on me in Germany.
God Bless You. #RESIT,” A message from Kalonzo’s Facebook read.
Kalonzo Musyoka’s absence from the Kenyan political scene has seen a number of significant developments in the opposition camp, with the most sensational being the formation of the National Resistance Movement – a wing of NASA.
More recently, NASA affiliated Homa Bay town MP Peter Kaluma drafted a sensational Bill that sought the secession of all but 7 counties to form the People’s Republic of Kenya.
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