Former Machakos Senator Honourable Johnstone Muthama who is the Current United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Chairman. He has finally opened up why the Wiper Party leader Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka has decided to change tune amidst the 2022 General Elections.
Speaking to the People's Daily Newspaper Publications on Thursday. Muthama has accused Kalonzo for being a Politician who lacks self discipline, and the kind of leader who cannot stick to his Decision.
For the past 6 to 7 months. Kalonzo said in an Interview with Kenneth Mureithi on NTV News, that he better quit Politics than supporting the Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga as a Presidential Candidate for the Third time.
Now, from the words of former WIPER chairman Muthama Johnstone. He has revealed that after Kalonzo denying Raila his support ahead of the 2022 Presidential Polls. The State decided to bribe the former Vice President with a Cheque slip of Ksh 10Billion.
"He has been dodging Raila Odinga, but he has finally landed into the Trap of the State. Ofcourse he was hugely Bribed with Billions of Shillings." Muthama Johnstone Said
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