Our country is approaching an electioneering period. All political leaders are laying down strategies that will help them to escalate to various seats. However, some of them are undergoing tough moments as bigwigs take the center stage
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's ally has emerged with sad news to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) allies. According to Member of Parliament honorable Peter Kaluma who has allegedly attacked former Machakos senator honorable Muthama Johnstone and Boni Khalwale. He has spelled doom for their ambitions. The two leaders who are UDA's diehards are eyeing for the top seats in their irrespective counties.
"So Johnstone Muthama and Boni Khalwale have lost the seats of Governor Machakos and Kakamega for associating with a skunk, just like that!" Kaluma said.
This is a big blow to them as their ambition is narrowly dealt a blow. Meanwhile, Kieleweke allies are allegedly on hot soup after President Uhuru's camp was mentioned in Pandora's report.
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