The political differences between Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua and former Kibwezi Member of Parliament Kalembe Ndile have intensified after the latter claimed that his life is in danger.
Ndile has since recorded a statement with the police while accusing Mutua of plotting his death.
Speaking to the press after recording a statement with the police over the matter, Ndile said that the county boss has hired unknown men to trail him.
He said that the men, who drove a Machakos County government’s vehicle, followed him and threatened to break his legs over the matter. They warned him against antagonizing the Maendeleo Chap Chap Movement leader.
“A man in a white pick-up vehicle with county government number plates approached me and told me to move from Mlolongo or else they will break my other leg,” said Ndile, as quoted by Citizen Digital.
While in the company of former Makadara MP Reuben Ndolo and Nairobi businessman Stanley Livondo, Ndile visited the Nairobi police station where he recorded a statement over the matter.
The difference took a different twist when Mutua visited Nairobi and promised to renovate all statues with his money.
The remarks did not augur well with Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko. Sonko led his convoy to Machakos after Ndile’s staff was arrested.