Back in 2019, at a time when the country was going through a momentary lull politically, and nothing exciting was taking place in political scene, Machakos governor Dr. Alfred Mutua threw the nation into a buzz of excitement with sensational accusations that during an encounter which he claimed to have taken place in State House, the was involved in a physical altercation with the deputy president who assaulted him by squeezing his hand, and threatening to cause him more harm afterwards. Mutua forwarded his complaints to the police, and accused the DP of threatening his life.
Now, an ally of the DP has come out to confirm that indeed the deputy president did physically assault the Machakos governor.
This was unfolding on Radio Jambo’s weekly political show Mazungumzo Wazi Wazi which is hosted by Bramwell Mwololo. The guests in the studio were embattled Thirdway Alliance party founder Ekuru Aukot, United Democratic Alliance party member and DP Ruto supporter and ally Gerald Bitok, Amani National Congress party official Brian Mulama and former Jubilee nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura.
Ekuru Aukot began to dismiss the One Kenya Alliance which he referred to as a bunch of nonstarters who have no solid agenda for the country. He said that all Raila could do is offer empty rhetoric in rallies across the country yet didn’t have any substantial plan on development.
He argued that Musalia, on the other hand, had been in government for the longest time, yet had made any meaningful contribution to the country. He also dismissed his economic agenda. Moving no to Kalonzo, Ekuru said that all Kalonzo could do is walk around crying that the deputy president had squeezed his hand and threatened him when they were at State House.
To everybody’s shock and consternation Bitok quickly interrupted Ekuru to not only correct him, but also confirm the incident in the process. He said that it wasn’t Kalonzo Musyoka who the DP had assaulted, but rather, it was Dr. Alfred Mutua.
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