Kathiani Member of Parliament Robert Mbui who is also Organizing secretary Wiper party has dared Tanga Tanga faction now UDA to front former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama to vie for the senatorial seat in the upcoming by-election saying that as wiper party they will trounce him.
Speaking after a church service in Kaalini church in Kathiani Subcounty, Mbui revealed that Muthama’s ex-wife Kavindu Muthama is on their side enabling them to have the highest stakes in the senatorial by-election.
“Kuna mzee naskia analetwa kwa hivyo tunaomba ata kama wanaleta Muthama wamlete tumtwange mapema, muthama akuje tumalizane naye mapema ata Mrs wake ako pande yetu tutatuma yeye amalizane naye kabla ata tumalize siku mbili mzee atakua amechoka na ametupea siri zake kwa kuwa ye anajua siri zake. “The Kathiani MP said.
“Kwa hivyo muthama ukijidanganya ukuje, utaamini mama ako na sisi pande yetu na unajua wanasema behind every successful man there is a woman, na sasa ujue the woman is successful so you will fail,” Mbui added.
Mbui further condemned Maendeleo Chap Chap for unveiling its candidate given that the party was headed by Governor Alfred Mutua saying that the candidate if elected would not do his oversight role fairly as he would tend to lie on the side of the Governor because he is his party leader. Mbui noted that Wiper has the best chance to bring in the new senator.
“Wakati mimi naona gavana anakimbiza kiongozi kutuambia awe seneta , gavama anastahili kuwa anachungwa, kazi yake inastahili kuangaliwa. Sasa wewe ukiwa gavana unakuja unatuambia tuchague mtu rafiki yako ,ukiiba pesa nani atakuchunguza, so tukubaliane hii kiti tutapatia wiper ju governor ni wa chap chap, wiper ndo inastahili ipewe kazi ya kuchunguza matumizi ya pesa, kwa hivyo chap chap kutoa candidate ni madharau tu so tuachie kama wiper tupambane na tangatanga,”said Mbui.
Other candidates interested in the seat so far include Lily Nduku of CCU, Urbanus Muthama Independent, Joseph Mathuki, Mutua Katuku of Maendeleo Chap, Bernard Kiala, Ndawa Magdalene, Gilbert Maluki, Simon Kitheka among others.