Homabay Town Member of Parliament Hon Peter George Kaluma. (Photo courtesy).
Homabay Town Member of Parliament Hon Peter George Kaluma, has named two top politicians in the country who might not win their seats of interest in upcoming 2022 general elections for associating themselves with Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
In his latest message on Twitter, Kaluma indirectly said that former Kakamega Senator Hon Boni Khalwale and his counterpart from Machakos county, who are currently close allies to the Deputy President Dr William Ruto have lost their gubernatorial seats which they are aspiring for after associating themselves with Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
He argued that they will not make it after changing their political direction to join the Deputy President's political camp UDA ahead of 2022 general elections. "So Johnstone Muthama and Boni Khalwale have lost their seats of Governor Machakos and Kakamega for associating with a skunk (meaning DP Ruto's wheelbarrow politics), just like that." He said.
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