Muthama Ordered Two MPs ‘ejected’ from Wiper forum
Two Wiper MPs yesterday said they were kicked out of the party’s retreat on Sunday and nearly lynched for being “Jubilee moles”.
Kilome MP Regina Ndambuki and her nominated counterpart Bishop Robert Mutemi said they were nearly lynched by alleged party supporters after they were kicked out of the meeting.
It was held at Maanzoni Lodge in Machakos county.
Ndambuki said party leader Kalonzo Musyoka had to shield and escort her to the car.
Speaking to the Star on the phone, she said Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama stood before party chairman David Musila opened the meeting and ordered her and Mutemi to leave.
Ndambuki said Muthama said she and Mutemi had been sent by Jubilee to record the proceedings of the meeting.
She said almost 60 goons surrounded the hall, insulting them for allegedly working with Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua and others to undermine Kalonzo. Mutemi said the party should be tolerant and engage in competitive politics.
“If you bring people to beat up others are you building or destroying the party? he said.
When reached for comment, Muthama said if there was need to evict anyone, the party would have done it and would not hire goons.