Wiper Party leaders have sent a message to National Super Alliance (NASA) supporters ahead of President Uhuru's swearing-in ceremony on Tuesday.
In a message conveyed by Nasa leader Raila Odinga, Kalonzo, who has been missing in the political scene in over a month now said he is in solidarity with the Nasa brigade in the fight for electoral justice and democracy.
Kalonzo said that his silence does not mean he has changed his stand on the legitimacy of the Jubilee government and President Uhuru.
"I bring you greetings from Kalonzo Musyoka. He has sent me to tell you that even though he is in Germany, he is still with you in spirit," Raila said when he addressed supporters at Mlolongo along Mombasa Road on Saturday.
Raila maintained that he does not recognize the October 26th repeat presidential election win by President Uhuru and neither does he recognize President Uhuru.
“Jubilee government’s proverbial 40 days have come. They have become a rogue cat, and are now snatching our chicks from us. Such a cat is killed, and as I said, there are many ways to do it: You can use a knife, or a rope and strangle it, or put it in a sack and drown it in water. There are many ways. But what we know for sure is that this cat called Jubilee’s days are over,” Raila stated.
Kalonzo left the country for Germany one month ago to look after his wife Pauline, who is receiving treatment at a hospital in the country.