Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has finally disclosed why he rarely attends weekend functions and rallies like funerals, which are very popular among the political class.
Speaking on Radio Maisha Tuesday morning, the county boss said that he has never been a fan of event politicking, terming it a primitive exercise which he cannot engage in.
He said that he comes from a different school of politics where politics is done honorably, and cannot take advantage of such functions for political mielage.
"Hautawahi niona katika matanga eti nataka kujua ni nani anayzikwa maana that is not my brand of politics. Its old and primitive kind of politicking.
(I will never be spotted at funerals because such is not my brand of politics)," he said.
The governor who has since declared his interest in the presidency in the approaching 2022 general elections insisted that his bid is on course and shall be realized.
He called upon Kenyans to vote for policies and not allow themselves to be fooled into voting for politicians based on their tribes or other unnecessary basis.
"Wakenya wasidanganywe kikabila tena (Kenyan should avoid being fooled into tribal voting)," he added.
Multi is likely to take a shot at the presidency on his Maendeleo Chap chap Party ticket.