Kalonzo Musyoka-led Wiper Party has announced plans to consolidate its stake in the National Super Alliance(NASA) ahead of the 2022 presidential election.
Speaking during Wiper's meeting in Athi River, Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana stated that Wiper would revisit the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the NASA affiliate parties recognising Musyoka as the 2022 NASA flag bearer.
Wiper Organising Secretary Robert Mbui raised concerns about a new scheme by Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) politicians to 'move goal posts' on Raila Odinga's quest for the presidency.
Mbui did not, however, give much details concerning the statement.
Those who attended the meeting include Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jr , Woman Representatives Joyce Kamene (Machakos) and Rose Museo (Makueni), MPs Robert Mbui (Kathiani), Gideon Mulyungi (Mwingi Central), Paul Nzengu (Mwingi North), Jessica Mbalu (Kibwezi East) and Thaddeus Zambia (Kilome).
"Wiper intends to stamp its authority with regard to the MOU signed by NASA affiliate parties which identified Kalonzo as the 2022 candidate," Kibwana stated.
The leaders also rejected NASA's plan to resume demonstrations next week and boycott of goods announced by the National Resistance Movement (NRM).
The politicians also expressed their concerns over the NASA leadership scuffle in the National Assembly and the Senate after the coalition failed to present the names of the leaders.
In September, Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua accused NASA and Mr Odinga of shortchanging Kalonzo.
Mutua claimed that the Wiper boss will not get a direct ticket for the Presidency in 2022 and will instead be subjected to nominations for the position.