Wiper leaders demand Johnson Muthama’s exit for his anti-Kalonzo stance

Wiper leaders demand Johnson Muthama's exit for his anti-Kalonzo stance

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The Kalonzo-led Wiper Party has demanded the exit of ex-Machakos senator Johnston Muthama accusing him of flouting the party rules Muthama who recently vowed he would lead the Kamba nation in a different political outfit recently faulted his party boss, accusing him of auctioning his people

A section of leaders from the Wiper Democratic Movement, in a press conference on Thursday, demanded that former Machakos Senator Johston Muthama exits the party if he is unable to obey the party rules.

Led by Secretary General Peter Mathuki, the members said the party was considering using legal channels to discipline the former legislator for his stance against party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.

Mathuki’s sentiments were echoed by Kitui Senator Enock Wambua who accused Muthama of attempting to split the Kamba Nation.

Kathiani MP Robert Mbui, who also spoke at the same presser, asked the Kamba nation to disregard Muthama’s sentiments saying the region was united ahead of the 2022 tussle.

The latest comes just a day after the ex-senator pulled a fast one on Kalonzo, accusing him of auctioning the Kamba nation to the highest bidder.

The outspoken ex-Senator spoke while attending Christmas Celebrations at the Light Christian Church in Machakos where he said Kalonzo does not speak on behalf of the Kamba nation.

He also vowed to forge an alliance with among others; Deputy President William Ruto, ANC’s Musalia Mudavadi and Ford-Kenya’s Moses Wetangula

On December 22, Kalonzo who was hosting Kamba leaders at his Yatta home, asked the Kamba nation to unite if they intend to make any meaningful political stride.

He also threw his weight behind President Kenyatta and the BBI report, vowing to support the Commander-in-Chief even after 2022.

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