The popular JK live show that is known for bringing mainly political brains with conflicting ideas on board on Wednesday 24th was on fire. Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja featured in the show olongside his Makueni Counterpart Mutula Kilonzo Junior.
The two political icons who were once drinking from different oases seems to have been brought together by the 2018 historic handshake. As the 2022 general elections approaches, leaders from different counties have shown their areas of interests ,Sakaja and Mutula not left behind.
Mutula Kilonzo Junior who is currently the senator of Mukueni county has kept unblinking eyes at the Makueni Gubernatorial seat,under the ODM party
Sakaja whose eyes and Hands are set to Clinch the unoccupied Capital city's Gubernatorial seat found it hard to answer a question on which party he's going to fly it's flag high. To answer this question, Sakaja took around 15 seconds going round the bush before he could chest-thumb, he confirmed that he's the Jubilee Candidate who has a free ticket to defend a post they lost after Sonko's impeachment.
Watch the video in the link provided below to confirm.
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