Former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama has revealed a comprehensive plan to have Kambas dominate MCA and MP seats in Nairobi come 2022. This was during a meeting with aspirants from Nairobi at his Mua home Today.
According to the Former Senator constituencies and Wards in Nairobi that have a big population of the Kamba community will only have one Kamba aspirant.
The senator revealed that they have agreed with Deputy president Dr. William Ruto that they will do political mapping in Nairobi and use opinion polls to determine the popularity of aspirants.
“Where Mutungi can win, a Kalenjin or a Kikuyu in the same party with him should not contest against him. That is for the Kamba community. When doing voter registration we need to take our people to register in the areas where we can win. Let us not register in Kangemi or Kawangware where we cannot win.” He said.
Muthama said the mapping can get the community not less than 10 MCA positions and 3 MP positions in Nairobi. He added that only the aspirants who have numbers should get the tickets but not those who are his friends.
“We will go with the numbers. Who is the most popular the way we did in Msambweni. We are getting that seat and no one will defeat us. I am going there tomorrow. I will tell them Raila wanted to deny them 1 billion in revenue by supporting the third generation revenue sharing formula. It will be another story in Msambweni.” The former senator went on.
Muthama accused Kalonzo of Nepotism by getting his son to EALA and his relative to the Nairobi County Assembly and accepting to be a political slave who is waiting to be endorsed by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
On joining the Deputy president the former senator had this to say, “I hear people questioning what made me join Ruto. Ruto is a man like me. I saw when we are the two of us one can catch the tail of the lion as the other tears the lions mouth. Forget about this story of “I will be in the ballot.”
The vocal politician who now seems to be Ruto’s right-hand man previously met aspirants from Makueni, Machakos, and Kitui counties.