Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana has disowned his deputy Adelina Mwau after she joined Deputy President's party United Democratic Alliance. This comes just few hours after Adelina was officially received by UDA leader William Ruto at his Karen residence. Kivutha revealed that he was shocked to learn that his deputy have made that move as he was not expecting it.
"I am shocked to learn that my deputy is joining Ruto's camp. She and I have worked well for two terms. She will now have to walk the political path alone, without our imput." The governor said concerning the move.
The governor went ahead to state point blank that "I disown my deputy for joining DP Ruto's UDA." Makueni county voters now have their eyes set on who the outgoing governor will endorse to succeed him as he have now officially disowned his deputy. Adelina Mwau now faces an uphill task of running for governors seat on UDA ticket in a county dominated by Wiper party and without his current boss's support.
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