“Fear is the enemy of justice. I want to say that we have a constitutional moment and the only solution is to revisit the Constitution.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Daily Nation, 7 January 2018.
“Sisi hatutaki mambo ya nusu mkate but we want justice. It is time we revisited the Bomas draft if we want to cure the problem of tribalism.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Daily Nation, 7 January 2018.
“The church has not stood for truth and justice.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Daily Nation, 7 January 2018.
“If they – Uhuru and Raila – cannot come together, I hope they will allow me to bring them together so that they can look at each other in the face. These are people who have worked together in the past… That ought to be the priority, electoral justice! There is no point of participating in an election with a pre-determined outcome. Everything that I have said can be discussed if we meet.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Mwakilishi, 7 January 2018.
“I have just talked to American ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec at Robert Mbui’s residence and he refuted claims appearing in sections of the media today.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Mwakilishi, 6 January 2018.
“You [Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta] cannot run away from dialogue it must be serious, genuine, structured dialogue because electoral justice must be achieved in this country.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Mwakilishi, 6 January 2018.
“The country is headed in the wrong direction and they [government leaders] should not threaten us with treason charges because we must fight for what is just.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Mwakilishi, 6 January 2018.
“I have travelled vastly and I have been a mediator in warring countries like South Sudan, Somalia, Burundi. I have observed that Kenya has the toppings of a country that is almost in conflict.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Mwakilishi, 6 January 2018.
“I have challenged Uhuru to show leadership. If he does not, he will have himself to blame.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Daily Nation, 31 December 2017.
“If Uhuru abdicates his duty of uniting this nation, then don’t blame Raila and Kalonzo if they get sworn in.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Citizen TV, 28 December 2017.
“The truth is that the August elections were stolen and the country is deeply divided. Kenyans cannot, therefore, be expected to move on when ethnic hatred and political intolerance are at their worst. I am telling my brother Uhuru Kenyatta that if he abdicates the responsibility of uniting this nation, he should not blame Raila and Kalonzo when we say we will be sworn in. If he doesn’t want to dialogue on electoral reforms then we will be sworn in.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Daily Nation, 29 December 2017.
“There are serious legitimacy issues in this Jubilee government. There is power capture in this country after the Supreme Court handed over supremacy to Uhuru Kenyatta. I want to extend an olive branch to him to initiate genuine dialogue on electoral injustice. No other option.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Standard Media, 29 December 2017.
“Our country is at a pivotal point in its history, where once again we find ourselves in the valley of decision; this time whether to ascend to a New era of true democracy, through electoral integrity and legitimacy or descend further into the abyss of electoral malpractice and injustice, by accepting and moving on.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Hivisasa, 25 December 2017.
“Many Kenyans are still weeping from the agony of the repercussions of the flawed 2017 General Elections. And many families are still mourning the loss of their loved ones who were killed by the police. The country remains deeply divided on political and ethnic lines.” – Kalonzo Musyoka, Tuko, 25 December 2017.