I am in good terms with Muthama – Kalonzo now says

Kalonzo Musyoka arriving at the burial of Dr. James Nganda Mwanzia in Matungulu. (Photo - Juline/Mauvoo)

Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has denied claims that he is not in good terms with former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama Nduya after he left the Wiper party.

Speaking at the burial of Dr. James Nganda Mwanzia in Matungulu Subcounty of Machakos County, Musyoka said that he and Muthama talked to each other and they do not have anything against each other.

“Former Machakos County Women representative Susan spoke here as if there is a disagreement between us. I want to tell you that I called Muthama on the phone, I’m a peaceful person so if Susan you have your reasons for supporting Katuku that’s yours but don’t use Kalonzo and Muthama as an excuse because we have no problem,” Kalonzo said.

Kalonzo made the remarks after Dr. Susan Musyoka stated that she chose to support Maendeleo Chap Chap Senatorial Candidate John Mutua Katuku for the senatorial race because of supremacy battles witnessed between the Wiper party leader and the Former Senator.

“At this time we don’t have a senator our party leader and former senator Muthama fell out and they came with their candidate for the senatorial race which now looks like a battle. On seeing this, I too chose to support Mutua Katuku,” said Susan.

Other leaders who had accompanied the Wiper Party Leader were Matungulu MP Stephen Mutinda Mule, Mavoko MP Patrick Makau as well as former Kibwezi MP Kalembe Ndile.

Kalonzo Musyoka and Johnson Muthama last month nearly exchanged blows at Bishop Nguyo’s burial in Mitaboni after Kalonzo said that he will return his ex-wife Agnes Kavindu to him but as a senator.

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