"Some politicians are now groping in the dark because an endorsement is not tenable" Johnson Muthama said.
According to kenyans.co.ke, former Machakos senator further added that it was ironical for next year's general elections presidential aspirants who failed to make manifestos hoping that president Uhuru Kenyatta will endorse them.
"It is politically ironical how some presidential candidates failed to make manifestos for 2022 thinking that president Uhuru Kenyatta will automatically endorse them.They are now groping in the dark because an endorsement is not tenable" former Machakos senator Johnson Muthama sentiments.
Honourable Johnson Muthama further added that the presidential aspirants have been groping in the dark after they came to realize that an endorsement was not tenable.
The former Machakos senator Johnson Muthama is a close allie of deputy president William Ruto.He is among the high profile politicians who have been campaigning for deputy president William Ruto presidential bid in next years general elections.
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