United Democratic Alliance party chairman Johnson Muthama has slammed Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader and the outgoing Machakos county governor Alfred Mutua for taking credits for the 25% votes delivered to William Ruto's basket from Lower Eastern which is currently known as Machakos county.
In a tweet, Muthama who unsuccessfully vied for Machakos county governor seat on UDA ticket stated that Alfred Mutua is reaping where he did not saw. He gave the following reasons to ascertain the fact that Dr. Alfred Mutua did not contribute to Ruto's vote basket;
First he claimed that Mutua joined Kenya Kwanza late. Alfred Mutua joined Kenya Kwanza only three weeks to the general elections when he broke out of Azimio la Umoja.
He went ahead to claim that Alfred Mutua campaigned for Jubilee in 2017 general elections in Machakos county but only managed to deliver 10,000 votes from the region to Jubilee which went ahead to win that year's general elections.
Going forward, he stated that Alfred Mutua campaigned for Azimio la Umoja candidates in the region even though he claimed to be in Kenya Kwanza. He pointed out Wavinya Ndeti who was Azimio la Umoja candidate for Machakos county governor seat but Alfred Mutua campaigned for leaving out Johnson Muthama who was vying for the same seat on UDA ticket.
Finally, he stated that Alfred Mutua's Maendeleo Chap Chap party is still legally binded to Azimio la Umoja.
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