Hon. Johnston Muthama has just posted on his Facebook page alleging that Gideon Moi is not at his level. According to the Posts on his Facebook page he has challenge Senator Moi that if they are to go for any by election that Gideon Moi will lose the election to him.
This is very funny, I really don't understand if it is the same Hon. Johnston Muthama who lost the Machakos by election to his Ex wife or is another Hon. Johnston Muthama? Because from my best of knowledge he is always controversial, it is the same him who this morning dump The UDA party to support Kalonzo.
In my opinion I don't see Hon. Johnston Muthama defeating Senator Gideon Moi in any by election in this country, Looking at Senator Gideon Moi he is a future President in a Making, so that will never happen.
And I know that many Kenyans will believe in that claims that Hon. Johnston Muthama will defeat Gideon Moi in an election in this country.
Follow his Facebook page and read more for yourself about his claims of defeating Senator Gideon Moi in an by election!
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