Wiper chairman and Makueni governor Kivutha Kibwana advised Kambas to make sure they are not left behind in the next government.
Kibwana said the likelihood by the community to be included in the already formed government should stop.
The Makueni governor said the tendency by the community to be included in governments that have already been formed should stop.
“We now need to change tack. We want to play our cards right this time around. It is not wise to always plead for positions in a government we did not form,” Kivutha said.
He was speaking while inspecting civil works at David Mbiti Wambuli Technical and Vocational College in Mbooni constituency on Friday.
He further stated that the Kamba should be on the winning side and that it should take a strategic position and form coalitions for a winning formula.
“It is our right as a community to be served by thegovernment.However,in politics there is lobbying.Communities in top positions benefit more than others,”Kibwana stated.
The governor said the Kamba have been benched from state appointments by Jubilee.
He was in the company of Makueni senator Mutula Kilonzo,Speaker Douglas Mbilu and Mbooni MP Erastus Kivasu.
Senator Kilonzo backed Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka as the most suitable successor after President Uhuru Kenyatta departs from office in 2022.
He also urged President UHuru Kenyatta to give consideration to the Kamba.
The Senator,Kibwana and other leaders have been advising Kalonzo,the Wiper leader to work with Jubilee.