By COUNTY DIARY.
The Kamba rebel defacto Leader Hon Johnson Muthama has called for the Kamba leader to work together ahead of the general election.
Speaking over the weekend at Kitui, when he Joined Governor Charity Ngilu during the burial of bishop David Kalua at Unyaa primary school in Unyaa village in Kitui County.
The governor said there was a need for Kamba leaders to unite ahead of the 2022 elections to be part of the government.
At the same time, Muthama criticised President Uhuru Kenyatta for what he called inflicting suffering on the impeached Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko and finally engineering his removal.
“They took three-quarters of Sonko’s government and gave it to somebody who is not elected. This is the height of mockery,” said Hon. Muthama.
The Kamba defacto Leader Hon Johnson Muthama and who is working tirelessly to make sure the Kamba community will be part and parcel to the next government appealed to the governor Ngilu to join their ranks and prepare to recapture his seat in 2022.
“Despite what has happened I’m urging Sonko to stay firm. In 2022 we shall take him back to Nairobi and ensure he gets his seat back,” Hon. Muthama said.
Others who attended the burial were Kenya ambassador to Uganda Kiema Kilonzo, Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jnr and Kitui Central MP Makali Mulu.