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“Stand on your own two feet” Man of God advices Kalonzo Musyoka to exit NASA

January 31, 2018 at 08:23
"Stand on your own two feet" Man of God advices Kalonzo Musyoka to exit NASA

On 30th January 2018, we witnessed a historic day in the country. The NASA opposition leader Raila Odinga was sworn in as the president of Kenya in a controversial ceremony.

Surprisingly his ‘vice president’ was no where to be seen leaving many questions unanswered.

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Also read; Kenyans on social media react after Kalonzo Musyoka abandons Raila Odinga at the last minute

The event however took place at a time where President Uhuru Kenyatta was out of the country. However, most local stations got switched off by the government to avoid airing the ceremony on TV.

Pastor Migwi’s warning to Kalonzo

With many sharing their opinions about the event, popular pastor Migwi has come out to advice Kalonzo Musyoka. According to the man of God, the Nasa vice principal is currently being misled by NASA. Migwi adds that Kalonzo may need to step away from the party if he wants to live longer and peacefully.

Pastor Migwi urges Kalonzo Musyoka to rethink his decisions since his life has not progressed ever since going to NASA. He based this on the number of times Kalonzo Musyoka has been side lined by Raila Odinga; which is proof enough that working together for them is wrong! He wrote saying;

Do you agree?





  1. Looking at the unfoldings of yesterday,I think the boycott was planned,Kalonzo knew what it meant

  2. God will stand for Kenya,2022 will be crazy

  3. They way they did the ceremony was rushed and not worthy of the time,no serious person can believe in them

  4. Kalonzo is very wise,this rebellious nature is not in him

  5. They need to walk out of Nasa,it’s a dead ship

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