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Saturday, 28 July 2018

Kalonzo musyoka wiper party Joins jubilee almost 1 year after Elections

Here is full statement by wiper leader Kalonzo musyoka shared on his social media pages resolving to work with jubilee ahead of 2022.

CURRENT POLITICAL LANDSCAPE AFTER THE HANDSHAKE
The Wiper Democratic Movement-Kenya National Executive Council and Parliamentary Group, having met today at Wiper House, Karen, Nairobi, resolved as follows:

1. We acknowledge that the political situation in the country has stabilized and therefore, total closure of the Electoral season.
2. As a Party, our priority remains to ensure a united Kenya, particularly after the March 9th handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga which has seen the country move towards a trajectory of recovery.
3. We appreciate the wisdom and selfless leadership displayed by our two leaders, i.e., the President and Mr. Odinga, in putting the interests of the country first and in burying their personal political hatchet to embrace love and unity.
4. We all know that corruption is endemic and deeply entrenched in our Nation and that it will take a united approach and bold effort to rout it once and for all. Our Nation has always been equipped to serve the needs of all Kenyans and spur economic progress, but rampant and systematic corruption has been a major hindrance to the achievement of this goal. We, therefore, laud the valiant efforts by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta and his government to decisively deal with corruption and set the stage for the Big Four Agenda.
After consultations with our greater membership and party structures and in the spirit of a united Kenya, we commit to work with President Uhuru Kenyatta in his fight against corruption as well as his broad agenda of transforming this country under the Big Four agenda, which is part of Vision 2030.

It is now the decision of NEC/PG of the Wiper Democratic Movement-Kenya to directly work with President Uhuru Kenyatta in his efforts to transform Kenya. Our Members of Parliament should stand guided by this Resolution

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