Blow To Muthama As His Ex-Wives Gang Against UDA Candidate.
By kenyan_Updates | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 1 views
The former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama is currently facing a bigger blow as his divorced wives gang against him in Machakos by election .
According to the star newspaper dated 05/11/2021 Muthama's ex wife Joyce nzisa Muthama vowed to support the wiper party candidate who is also Muthama's ex-wife Agnes Kavindu.
Machakos senatorial seat was left vacant following the untimely death of the senator David Kabaka.
The race for Machakaos senator will be a two horse race between the United Democratic alliance (UDA) under the leadership of Johnstone Muthama and Wiper leader Stephen Kalonzo Musyioka.
Though the former Machakos senator Johnstone Muthama has not allowed himself into his family affairs in Public , he has continued to drum the united Democratic alliance and Hustler politics and popularization of the deputy president in region.
The wiper party settled to former machakos senator Johnstone Muthama's Ex wife Agnes kavindu. Muthama is expected to have stiff competition from his mentor Stephen Kalonzo Musyioka.
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