Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has said his decision to vie for the presidency in 2022 is irreversible.
Kalonzo, who spoke during the funeral of Charles Muyu in Kayata village, Makueni County, told off those criticising his candidature and said he was determined to win the General Election.
"I want to tell you that I am very energetic; this is a defined journey and it is very open and it cannot be stopped,” he said
Kalonzo said that despite the political hurdles he is facing in his backyard and outside Ukambani, he will keep on fighting and won’t be distracted by his enemies.
"I want to tell all those who want this seat to seek God first. I chose the name 'Stephen' for a reason, and I will keep on praying for my enemies."
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The Wiper leader asked the Kamba community to work closely with President Uhuru Kenyatta to secure development for the region.
Fellow leaders who attended the burial included Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana, Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jr and Kilome MP Thaddeus Nzambia, among others.
"I ask Kenyans to remain united especially around what is good for the nation," Kibwana said, adding that the voice of religious leaders on the Building Bridges Initiative report should not be ignored.