Musyoka said he was content to be the Wiper leader and guide the party from outside, but not within Parliament.
The former VP who was speaking in Machakos during the installation of Bishop Joseph Kioko Mutungi as the Bishop of ACK Machakos, added that Kenya has been divided into tribal cocoons and urged church leaders and Kenyans at large to pray for the country.
“As I see that the problem of tribalism is higher than ever before in this country, I cannot differentiate amongst the clergy who is a Kikuyu or Kamba, I see servants of God,” said Musyoka.
Musyoka who was accompanied by Members of Parliament who included area MP Victor Munyaka, Kilome MP Regina Ndambuki, Makueni MP Daniel Maanzo, Mbooni MP Kisoi Munyao among others, said he will respect all the elected leaders and pledged to work with them for the betterment of this nation.
“I respect all those who were elected to different positions across the country but I will not keep quiet when I see things going wrong, I will correct them” said Musyoka.
Those who accompanied the Wiper Party leader praised him for his decision not to go back to Parliament saying that it makes him a statesman and a true democrat.