He added that he plans to have similar get-togethers with Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, Eldoret North MP William Ruto and other G7 members.
He rejected any possibility of working with Prime Minister Raila Odinga, saying his political plans are firmly rooted in G7 or his party.
“There is nothing in writing called G7. We all are people who are like-minded. We are not joined by dislike of anyone. We have progressive ideas of how to transform Kenya for the better,” he said.
He urged politicians to be careful about their public utterances to avoid raising tensions.
Kalonzo downplayed the day’s event where Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi read a speech on behalf of President Kibaki, saying he was not being sidelined.
“The President had been invited to two functions on Thursday and he chose to send me to one and Mudavadi to another. The President can delegate work to anyone,” he said.
At a separate event, Kalonzo called for the upgrading of Kenya Medical Training College to enable it offer degree courses in physiotherapy.
He decried shortage of physiotherapists, as the treatment was key in the care of non-communicable diseases including cancer and diabetes.
“There are only 500 physiotherapists in Kenya while South Africa is reported to have recorded fewer than 5,000. Kenya Medical Training College should be able to offer first degree courses in physiotherapy if we have to obtain the desired numbers,” said Kalonzo, who represented President Kibaki at the official opening of the 9th Bienial Conference for Physical Therapy Africa Congress in Nairobi.