Kalonzo Musyoka in Kiambu

As part of his determined attempts to strengthen his campaign in front of the elections in 2027, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka is scheduled to meet with the Kikuyu Council of Elders on Thursday.


His meeting is scheduled to take place. Furthermore, he will be accompanied by officials from the Kamba Council of Elders, which is another evidence of his dedication to establishing partnerships across different groups.


The conference, which is going to take place at the headquarters of the Kikuyu Council of Elders in Ruaka, which is located in Kiambu County, is a manifestation of Kalonzo's aim to strengthen his relationship with the Central Kenya geographic area.


The combined meeting of elders has been confirmed, according to a statement issued by Paroma Gatabaki, who is the director of communications for Wiper. However, the specific agenda has not yet been divulged.


The announcement says, "Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka will have a conversation with elders from the Kikuyu Council of Elders and the Kamba Council of Elders."


However, the statement does not elaborate on the precise themes that will be discussed at the meeting.


In the last few weeks, Kalonzo has increased the number of his visits around the country, during which he has inaugurated party offices and engaged with influential opinion leaders. 


The importance of his promotional activities is highlighted by the fact that he has the goal of succeeding Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio party, as the frontman of the opposition. This goal is predicated on Odinga's probable success in gaining the office of European Union Commissioner.


Kalonzo has been traveling around a number of counties, notably Nyanza and the Coast area, in an effort to solidify his support and spread his influence into other territories. 


Noteworthy is the fact that he has been joined by Eugene Wamalwa, the head of the DAP-K party, which has fueled discussion about the possibility of a unified presidential ticket to face President William Ruto.


On the other hand, Kalonzo is confronted with considerable resistance inside the Azimio coalition, notably from Martha Karua, the head of the Narc Kenya party, who is influential in the Mt. Kenya area. In spite of these obstacles, Kalonzo has not been discouraged from his ongoing pursuit of leadership, as seen by the activities he has been engaging in recently.


His visit to Kwale County on March 30th, during which he led a membership registration campaign with Wamalwa and other Wiper leaders, is evidence of his intention to broaden the support that the party receives at the grassroots level.


Kalonzo emphasized during the ceremony that "the movement is growing" and that the people of Kwale County have said that they would not return to their previous locations.


As part of his ongoing outreach efforts, Kalonzo has been across the counties of Mombasa, Kisii, Nyamira, and Migori. During his travels, he has emphasized the significance of registering new Wiper members and creating party infrastructure in critical locations.


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