Kamau Kinuthia alias Omosh has finally broken his silence after he was spotted at the United Democratic Alliance headquarters in Lavington Nairobi and was received by Secretary-General Veronica Maina who confirmed the comedian had joined the Ruto bandwagon.
The artist even donned a UDA t-shirt and cap and posed for a photo with the secretary-general which affirmed his commitment to the hustler movement with the party releasing a statement confirming that Omosh had registered as a voter.
In a fresh turn of events, Kinuthia has now denounced his allegiance to UDA claiming that he has friends in all political parties and was not committed to the Deputy president's party as people were purporting.
"I am an artist and I entertain the whole country, all communities. I am not partisan to any party and I don't like politics," he stated.
Presidential hopefuls are turning to creative arts as a medium of expressing their political aspirations with Jimmy Wanjigi recently turning to comedian Eric Omondi to be his chief campaigner.
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