The people of MACHAKOS county were forced into a By-election after the death of their former senator Kabaka. The Independent Electrol and Boundaries Commission scheduled yesterday as a D-day for the people of Machakos to elect their new senator.
The contest has witnessed a two horse race between Wiper Party candidate Agnes Kavindu who casted her vote at and the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party Urbanus Kengengele who casted his vote at Mwala DEB primary school
It is very clear and very evident from the trickling in results from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission that the Wiper Party candidate Agnes Kavindu has taken a very early lead, and if the results remain so, she could be declared the winner of the by-elections.
From Machakos, we will keep you updated and informed immediately we get any more communication from authorities, we will also update you on the final results.
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