Kalonzo, Muthama Clash at Funeral [VIDEO]

  • Kalonzo Musyoka interacts with Muthama Nduya at a past event
    Kalonzo Musyoka interacts with Muthama Nduya at a past event
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  • Wiper Democratic Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka on Wednesday, February 10 clashed with former Machakos senator Muthama during the burial of AIC Bishop Benard Nguyo at Mitaboni in Machakos County.

    Kalonzo's remarks which touched on Muthama's ex-wife Kavindu Muthama who is vying for the Machakos senatorial seat under Wiper Democratic Party.

    “After next year you will see Muthama running back to me. He knows where we are and where we are going. Even if he goes up and down, I will give him back his wife and tell him she’s now a senator,” Kalonzo said.

    Wiper Kenya Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka presents Agnes Kavindu with her nomination cetificate.
    Wiper Kenya Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka presents Agnes Kavindu with her nomination cetificate.
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    A charged Muthama rose from his seat and charged towards Kalonzo, but was restrained by MPs Victor Munyaka (Machakos Town) and Patrick Makau (MP Mavoko ).

    Muthama would later get a chance to address the mourners, but was forced to cut short his speech after was booed at the podium.

    Kalonzo arrived at the burial accompanied by Kavindu just as Muthama gave his address.

    An Image of Ruto with senatorial aspirant Urbanus Muthama
    An Image of Ruto,Muthama and senatorial aspirant Urbanus Muthama
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    Kavindu hopes to clinch the seat once occupied by her ex-husband after Kalonzo expressed confidence in her and said that the party will leave nothing to chance during the campaign period.

    “We have confidence that Agnes is going to be the next senator for Machakos County,” Kalonzo said. Kalonzo added that the party had settled on Kavindu because she was a leader on not because of her relationship to Muthama.

    Muthama on the hand is supporting Urbanas Ngengele who is running for the seat under UDA which is Ruto’s party.

    The burial had brought together Ukambani leaders including Kalonzo Musyoka, Kivutha Kibwana and Alfred Mutua.

    Below is the video: