|Photo Courtesy. Hon Johnson Muthama|
One of the founder's of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party who is also seeking the Machakos Gubernatorial seat Hon. Johnson Muthama has this late evening publicly broke his silence to address the concerns going viral that he is planning to ditch UDA and join Raila's camp, Azimio.
Making his stand as the UDA Chairman, Muthama has totally refuted the claims that he is ditching DP Ruto's side. Muthama hints that the propaganda is being created and distributed by Azimio allies for their individual gains. According to Muthama, he is there to stay in UDA and hence going nowhere.
Muthama strongly maintains that he is a loyal member of UDA Kenya, a party that he is sure will form the next government.
"I Johnson Nduya Muthama is going nowhere. I am still the Chairman of UDA Kenya, the biggest and most vibrant Political Party in Kenya. That the inexorable truth. I have and will remain focused, faithful and true to UDA Kenya cause until we form the next Government under Dr William Ruto," Muthama's statement reads.
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