Senator Muthama’s wife joins Uhuru’s team

Muthama earlier claimed that Kalonzo Musyoka was a dictator in Wiper.

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Mrs Kavindu, will be running for the Machakos County woman representative seat through Jubilee party, leaving his husband’s Wiper party which is affiliated to the National Super Alliance.

Mrs Kavindu is among Jubilee Party candidates who were issued with nomination certificates in Machakos Monday morning (today).

Mr Muthama last week threatened to quit the Wiper party and announced that he would not defend his seat the upcoming elections.

Muthama revealed that he had intended to contest for an elective post in Nairobi County and not his Machakos backyard in this year's general elections.

During an interview on Citizen TV's The Big Question, Muthama said he had wanted to vie in Nairobi but Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka pleaded with him not to.

"Kalonzo stopped me from coming to Nairobi. He pleaded with me to stay in Machakos saying that i was required in order that i campaign for the party and get maximum votes for Wiper," Muthama revealed.

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