- He say majority of them are in their last terms and are looking for relevance.
- The rest are people with criminal cases and fraud looking for sanitization to avoid prosecution and conviction.
The United Democratic Alliance UDA party chairman Johnson Nduya Muthama has taken a swipe at the 30 Governors, who reportedly threw their weight behind the Orange Democratic Movement boss Raila Amolo Odinga's Presidential Bid.
In his statement, the 2022 Machakos Governor aspirant on UDA tickets details that majority of the govenors who autographed the ODM boss Raila Odinga's presidency are in their last terms and are looking for relevance.
While downplaying their relevancy, Nduya insights the rest are people with criminal cases and fraud looking for sanitization to avoid prosecution and conviction.
The choice of few greedy governors, according to him, should not be confused with that of Kenyans. 'They cannot dictate to us who we should vote in as the next president.'
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