The body belonging to the father of a very well renowned businessman and the Mwala politician Urbanus Mutunga Muthama alias "Ngengele" has arrived for burial at Kathyoli Village, Mbiuni Location, Mwala Constituency, Machakos County.
Ngengele being a politician, he has vied for a Mwala Parliamentary seat in 2017 but was super matched by the current MP Vincent Musyoka alias "Kawaya."
His father James Muthama was promoted to glory on 11th August, 2021 after ailing for some time while aged 91 year's old. May his soul rest in peace. Those attending the burial include the former Machakos Senator Honorable Johnson Nduya Muthama, Mwala MP Vincent Musyoka among others.
Ngengele is aspiring to be the next Machakos County Senator and it is allegedly said that he will use the UDA party ticket in his efforts to clitch the seat. This is because he has for several times been seen with the Deputy President Dr. William Ruto.
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