National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential running mate has denounced a section of Kamba leaders who have decamped to the ruling Jubilee party, describing them as self-seekers who can't purport to represent the interests of the community.
Kalonzo dismissed the defectors saying that they were losers in the last election and, therefore, cannot speak for the people.
Speaking in a retreat attended by Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu, Wavinya Ndeti, senators Mutula Kilonzo (Makueni) and Enoch Wambua (Kitui ), 10 MPs, and elected MCAs from Kitui, Machakos and Makueni counties, Kalonzo team resolved to intensify campaigns in the region to ensure that Nasa presidential candidate Raila Odinga scoops all the votes.
“Those who went to State House went to receive some funds but they should tell the President that back home, things are terrible," Kalonzo said.
“There are no votes that they can deliver to Jubilee,” Mr Musyoka said, adding that Jubilee would be lucky to get 10,000 votes from the region in the repeat polls.
The former Vice President also castigated the arrest of former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama for alleged hate speech.
The Wiper Democratic Movement leader singled out former Kitui senator David Musila for leading a delegation of Kamba leaders to State House, saying that he should have honourably retired given his advanced age instead of misleading the community.
Musila, Machakos governor Alfred Mutua and his Nairobi counterpart Mike Sonko in a meeting in State House on Monday, backed by thousand of other leaders from Machakos, Makueni and Kitui counties pledged to marshall support for Jubilee in the region.