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Am Not Watermelon Former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama.

[email protected] 06/25/2020

 After hitting headline that he has been suspended by the Wiper party former Machakos senator Johnston Muthama has   come out gun blazing .

Speaking in one of the kalenjin radio the vocal senators noted that he is no longer member of Wiper party headed by Kalonzo Musyoka.

The controversial Muthama added that he fall out with wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka in 2017 after he was rigged in . View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Following his recent   move of giving backing Deputy President William Ruto to contest for 2022 presidential seat  the ex-senator  pointed that he fully support William Ruto for top seat.

The politician noted that that William Ruto dedication in his work is one of the uniting   factor that will unite all kenyans.

According to  Muthama   he said he will not shy away from campaigning for William Ruto for Presidency and neither he is not like watermelon.

“ many people are doubtful about my support for William Ruto I want to assure them  am right behind William Ruto and am not ashamed  neither am not a watermelon the way some of us has been branded  and their stand cannot be trusted” said Johnstone Muthama. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The senator who was so vocal in NASA coalition  campaigns accuse Raila Odinga for leaving out other members who had formed coalitions and make handshakes with president Uhuru Kenyatta reducing other leaders from the coalitions to spectators.

However  Muthama took a swipe at Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka claiming he cannot be a good leader as he cannot win trust from the people .

As 2022 politics takes different dimensions the senator pointed that it will be easier for William Ruto to win the seat after all the small parties signed cooperation with Jubilee party View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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