Former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama has blasted Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka on his ambitious presidential bid ahead of the forthcoming general elections. Kalonzo who is said to be eyeing for a top seat in the government could go for presidency in the 2022 polls as he seeks to square it off with other top candidates.
Muthama who is a former member of the Wiper party has made outrageous revelations on his ordeal while still a party member at Wiper. According to Muthama, Wiper party has suffered political apathy over the past years, reiterating on the issue, Muthama has added that Kalonzo is yet to attract favourable suites as his running mate.
However, Muthama's provocative criticism has been met by outrage from a section of Kenyans who have gone ahead to slam Muthama over his remarks. Muthama has since maintained that the main reason for Wiper party's downfall is the lack of internal democracy.
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