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Kibwana Slammed After He Declares That He Will Never Work With His Deputy For She Joined UDA

Politics brings joy and sadness, creates bonds of friendship and also creates adversaries. Before joining politics be prepared to be betrayed by your close politicians.

Professor Kibutha Kibwana, governor of Makueni county today has posted through his social page about his withdrawal from the corporation of his deputy Adelina Mwau. He insisted that Makueni county is under Azimio la Umoja and anyone against this is termed as the traitor.

He says: My attention has been drawn to clandestine dealings between Adelina Mwau( deputy governor Makueni county ) and the United Democratic Alliance. She had even pledged to take with her a huge delegation of our common political friends to U.D.A, who declines our ventures.

I wish to categorically make it clear, Makueni people have expressed tie attention to Azimio la Umoja and will not be hoodwinked by people seeking self-aggrandizement.

While I respect Adelina for the good working relations for the last 9 years, her latest move brings our working together at the edge. The voice of the people of Makueni has always been our guide in decision making. I will not abandon that principle for political expediency. ADELINA will walk alone.

People expressed their anger towards him. Some of them did say;

Francis: Whatever one sows is the same he/she will harvest. You walked out of Wiper hilariously now that is the result. Those who used Kalonzo to get into power are now getting more problems than always.

Jeremy: What is wrong with Professor. I have a lot of respect for him but he can't impose certain people on people to be supported. Each person has hero his democratic right to support or be affiliated to a leader of his own choice. He should be the last one to say such.

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Adelina Azimio Kibutha Kibwana Makueni

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