Photo Courtesy; Ex President Uhuru Kenyatta with Nzioka Waita in a past event.
Former Ex President Uhuru's Chief of Staff and who resigned to run for Machakos County gurbenatorial seat in the last general elections but was unsuccessful after Wavinya Ndeti clinched the seat, Nzioka Waita has been spotted today at his livestocks farm. The details were shared by Nzioka Waita himself where he was proud of the ongoing success of his farming venture.
"Weekends are for the bloodsport that we call farming. The joys of being a farmer when progress is visible are very quickly moderated by the constant battle with the elements.. drought, rain, army worms, drought, we are forced to innovate!" Nzioka Waita shared.
Nzioka Waita has kept a low profile since the August 9 General Elections. He was a strong supporter of the Azimio La Umoja -One Kenya Alliance Presidential Candidate in the elections, Raila Odinga and even his party, Chama cha Uzalendo, CCU was affiliated to the Azimio coalition.
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