Former Machakos Senator and United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Chairman Johnson Muthama has accused Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka of misleading the Kamba Community through his failure to take bold political decisions.
Muthama, who fell out with Kalonzo Musyoka before the 2017 General Election has faulted him for lacking a specific political stand and generally being indecisive when it matters most.
“Kalonzo is leading Kamba Community to a ditch. Onwards, l will not allow him to bury the whole Community due to his indecisiveness & lack of direction,
“We must rise from whining to proactively participating in the negotiation table,” Muthama wrote on his Twitter account.
Kalonzo and Muthama have for a long time be fighting over the supremacy of the Kamba Community, at one time Muthama was the chief financier of Kalonzo’s Wiper Party.
From his statement, Muthama affirms that he had been taking a back seat and is now strategizing to go hard on Kalonzo.
Having linked up with Ruto in UDA, Muthama is surely set to make a political comeback as political realignments progress ahead of next year’s elections..
On the other hand, Kalonzo is caught up in between three coalitions and is not straightforward where he will be ahead of the 2022 General Election.
He is still a member of the NASA coalition, where he is in partnership with Musalia Mudavadi, Raila Odinga, and Moses Wetangula.
This year, Kalonzo joined the One Kenya Alliance even before officially ditching NASA.
There, he is in an agreement with Musalia Mudavadi, Gideon Moi and Moses Wetangula.Kalonzo Musyoka’s wiper party also has an agreement with president Uhuru’s Jubilee party.
Lately, 3 governors from the Kamba community have been pushing for Kalonzo to become Raila Odinga’s running mate in 2022.
Earlier Kalonzo vowed that he will not contest as Raila Odinga’s deputy for the fourth time.
“I am not a weakling… Raila and I have never sat to discuss 2022. I will be the most stupid person on earth to support Raila Odinga for president for the third time without a measure of reciprocity,” Kalonzo Musyoka said in an interview with NTV.