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Justina Wamae Roasts Mutahi Ngunyi in Rough Twitter Spat: ‘Funika Tumbo’

by Robert Mwangi
2 mins read

Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi took to his Twitter handle to attack Roots Party presidential running mate Justina Wamae after she called out her boss, George Wajackoyah.

Wamae trolled Wajackoyah after he was recorded on camera endorsing his competitor Raila Odinga of Azimio la Umoja in a nightclub in Kisumu

Mutahi rushed to Twitter to share his opinion.

According to him, her reaction suggested that she could be secretly working with Deputy President William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA)

“So what if Wajackoyah is a baba (Raila) mole? Is he spying for baba at the Roots Part, which he owns? Do not insult his intelligence.

“This Justina Wamae is not making sense. Or she making an argument to be moles by UDA?” he posed.

In a quick rejoinder on the same platform, Wamae denied being a UDA mole and hit out at Ngunyi for writing an irrational comment.

“Perhaps you could do a serious on the 5th Estate (Mutahi’s weekly TV segment) with a clear definition of a mole. From where I sit you cannot purport to speak for me or Roots Party,” she fired back.

She added that Mutahi, a State House official, was on Azimio payroll and should enjoy the money being dished to him without mentioning her in his propaganda.

Yesterday, Wamae claimed that Wajackoyah was backing Azimio without consulting party members.

“It is true Wajackoyah is supporting Azimio but we have not discussed that as a party,” she said.

The deputy presidential nominee said should Wajackoyah drop out of the presidential contest, she will support another candidate, but not Raila.

“If we need to take a stand on who to support, I will support the contrary.”

Wajackoyah has since denied endorsing the former Prime Minister, clarifying that his remarks were taken out of context as he was just praising Raila.

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