Johnson Muthama, the former senator of Machakos County has now come out strongly against the Jubilee party whom he claimed planned and obstructed an event that hustlers in Kiambaa had organised. Muthama who is currently the chairman of the United Democratic Party has now issued a stern warning to both the Jubilee party and those who were involved in obstructing an event that was supposed to be held today.The police suddenly moved in and obstructed a final match that was to be held today, a soccer final for hustlers which Hustler leaders had organised for the residents in Kiambaa. He has now told the obstructers that the residents of Kiambaa will have their day in the upcoming general elections where they will vote for the next president of the Republic of Kenya. The political tensions in the country are gaining momentum and leaders are quickly moving in and getting grassroots support especially from opposition sides. Kenyans are eagerly waiting for the next general elections which wi be held next year, 2022.
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