Makueni Governor Professor Kivutha Kibwana has time and again expressed his dissatisfaction on how a section of Wiper leaders belittle new comers in the party, calling them all types of names.
Speaking in Makindu on Sunday, Kibwana said despite the efforts put by the leaders to bring the Kamba community together and rally behind Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, other leaders in the party have not 'fully accepted' them hence throw virile insults at them.
Kibwana bitterly condemned Mwingi Central Member of parliament Gideon Mulyungi's scathing attacks on Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu despite several warnings from other leaders.
"I am disappointed that after we did lots of work to help Kalonzo bring our community together, Hon Mulyungi saw it fit to virulently attack Governor Ngilu," Kibwana said.
He said some Wiper politicians relish in abusing other leaders though they work day and night in ensuring Kalonzo is fully supported in their backyards.
Kibwana said leaders like Mulyungi continue to view those who came to Wiper recently as outsiders, thus attacking them every now and then.
He said the attacks are contrary to the party's purpose and he has started getting tired of complaining every now and then when no action is taken.
"Honestly, personally, I am beginning to be fatigued by this whole thing," Kibwana added.
Kibwana had relinquished his position from Muungano party and joined Wiper party in solidarity with Kalonzo Musyoka.
This comes few days after Mulyungi called Ngilu a chameleon who feasts with the party's enemies.
Mulyungi allegedly threatened to hire youths to rape the Kitui Governor.
An outburst that didn't go well with leaders and locals from the three counties.
Mulyungi had been given a seven day ultimatum to apologize to Ngilu and every woman, a call he hasn't adhered to to date.
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