Machakos county assembly majority leader Mark Muendo(source.facebook)
A section of Wiper leaders from Machakos county have disassociated themselves from the Mca's who visited Deputy president William Ruto's home in Karen last week.
Led by Machakos county assembly leader of majority Mark Muendo the leaders said that the Wiper mcas who visited Ruto were not presenting the party but after their own interests.
"There are three Wiper Mcas who went to UDA meeting in Karen, let it be known that they were not representing the party but themselves. You know we heard in Karen there is a lot of money," said Muendo.
He affirmed that the Wiper leaders from Ukambani were behind their party leader Kalonzo Musyoka who will be vying for presidency in 2022.
He exuded confidence that Kalonzo Musyoka would be the next president after Uhuru Kenyatta.
He was flanked by Machakos county assembly speaker, Florence Mwangangi, Kathiani central mca Dominic Ndambuki, Nominated mca Angela Munyasya among other leaders during the briefing.
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