- "We told Kalonzo to come and do so in good faith. He should stop trying to change the name to Azimio-One Kenya. OKA died long ago," Wamunyinyi said.
- "We must be focused on the bigger picture not giving demands or sideshows," he said.
Democratic Action Party-Kenya officials want Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka to stop tantrums and get engaged fully in Azimio La Umoja.
They also want him to stop dangling demands on Azimio leader Raila Odinga, saying the focus should be on securing his victory.
Party boss Wafula Wamunyinyi said it makes little political sense for each Azimio affiliate party, like Wiper, to give demands.
"We must be focused on the bigger picture not giving demands or sideshows," he said.
Wamunyinyi spoke on Monday during Senator Sam Ongeri 's governorship bid launch at Nyanturago stadium in Nyaribari Chache, Kisii.
Ongeri defected from ODM to DAP-K on Thursday last week.
Defence CS Eugene Wamalwa and Lugari MP Ayub Savula were also present.
"We told Kalonzo to come and do so in good faith. He should stop trying to change the name to Azimio-One Kenya. Oka died long ago," Wamunyinyi said.
He told Kenyans to rally behind Raila saying he has the the requisite experience to run this country.
On his part, Savula said DAP-K aspirants will have fair nominations.
He said Kalonzo should rally his foot soldiers behind Raila instead of making demands.
Wamalwa on his part said the state is working with the Kisii government to complete the banana factory.
He told the electorate to back Ongeri on his gubernatorial bid saying he is best placed to succeed Governor James Ongwae.
"I have worked with James Ongwae as the Kisii governor and he has done a great job. Ongeri can best steer the ship forward," Wamalwa said.
The CS said Wamunyinyi knows Ongeri's values hence DAP-K's decision to endorse him.
Ongeri called for peaceful campaigns saying Raila will form the next government.
(Edited by Bilha Makokha)