Mutua is now toothless,Johnson Muthama says

Ex-Machakos County Senator Johnson Muthama adresses the media at his home in Gigiri on 22nd April 2013.

Former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama has finally broken silence on matters of the ongoing court battles between governor Alfred Mutua and Wavinya Ndeti, noting that the governor is no longer a threat.

Speaking while addressing Kangundo Town residents on  Sunday, Muthama termed Governor Alfred Mutua’s election nullification as a big win to electoral justice in the nation.

The former senator and Wiper Party’s point-man said the Court of Appeal’s ruling that nullified Mutua’s re-election as governor is a clear indication that the Maendeleo Chap Chap leader did not win the August 8, 2017 election.

“We said it from the start that Mutua did not win re-election on August 8, 2017, and the Court of Appeal has proved that,” Muthama said.

Muthama said Machakos’ electorates have another chance to make their choice right in the event that the High  court upholds the nullification.

Muthama, who went silent after the previous polls, rubbished Mutua’s appeal in the Supreme Court, stating that it will not save him and asked Mutua to prepare for a another battle that will finally send him to political oblivion.

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