No one should insult my ex-husband Johnson Muthama – Agnes Kavindu

Wiper party candidate in Machakos senatorial by-election poses for a photo after being cleared by IEBC Tuesday. (Photo -Juline/Mauvoo)

Wiper senatorial candidate in the Machakos Senate race Agnes Kavindu Muthama has demanded her ex-husband Johnson Muthama to be respected asking that no one insults him.

Speaking at a Wiper rally at Mulu Mutisya Gardens in Machakos town, Agnes Kavindu who has been cleared to vie for the senatorial seat by IEBC said that Muthama was the father to her children and thus he deserved all the respect from everyone.

“If someone is married and divorced, do they just go to die? Should I die or what should I do? Muthama is the father of my children. Even if we broke out, Let no one insult him and let him also respect me.” Kavindu said.

“Have you ever seen me insult him or disrespect him any day? Have you ever seen me with any other man?” she questioned.

Kavindu thanked the president for allowing her to vie under Wiper and the people who voted her for the Women representative position in 2017 where she garnered over 90, 000 votes.

She took a swipe at Machakos Governor Dr. Alfred for fielding a candidate who will oversight him. The BBI taskforce member vowing to prioritize the issue of the portland land if elected.

Other leaders who had attended the rally include Wiper Party leader Stephen Kalonzo, KANU Chairman Gideon Moi, ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula among other leaders.

Kavindu is set to battle it out with UDA candidate Urbanus Muthama Ngengele, Chap Chap’s Mutua Katuku, Simon Kitheka among others. Over the weekend benga superstar, Ken wa Maria endorsed her candidature.

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