Kalonzo and Muthama near fist fight over ex-wife remark

Kalonzo and Muthama almost had a fist exchange over his remarks on Muthama’s Ex-wife Agnes Kavindu.

Kalonzo and Muthama at the Burial of Bishop Bernard Nguyu

This near altercation happened at the burial of Bishop Bernard Nguyu of AIC at Mitamboni in Machakos.

The burial gathered the leaders of Ukambani under one tent in an occasion not witnessed for a while. Leaders present included Kivutha Kibwana (Makueni Governor), Kalonzo Musyoka, Alfred Mutua (Machakos Governor), Senator Muthama among others.

The late Bishop will be remembered by those he served as an exemplary leader whose work ethic stood out.

Kibwana, Mutua, Muthama and Kalonzo have not shared a podium for a long time since Kibwana and Muthama left wiper.

Agnes Kavindu (Ex-wife) is Wiper candidate for Machakos Senate by-election while Muthama is the chairman of United Democratic Alliance.

Muthama was reading his speech criticizing the Ksh 2 Million car grant to MCAs while Kalonzo walked in with Agnes. Muthama was forced to cut short his speech because mourners were jeering at him.

When it was Kalonzo’s chance he suggested that he will return Muthama’s wife after 2022 general elections. Muthama charged at Kalonzo but was restrained by some MPs bringing a halt to Kalonzo’s speech also.

Kalonzo’s remarks also made a section of mourners cross disapproving his opinion.

Governor Mutua who was the VIP protocol coordinator had earlier on cautioned the leader against making such comments. Mutual clarified that although Kamba nation had three presidential aspirants, the people should be allowed to choose the most suitable.

In his speech he said he will support Kibwana or Kalonzo if they are more popular than him. Insisting that they should also do likewise if him is more popular.

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