Wiper party Candidate for machakos senatorial seat has taken to her Twitter account to thank machakos residents for having faith in her and voting her in overwhelmingly as their 3rd senator.
Agnes Kavindu who had an upper hand of winning the elections said that it is now time to embark on fresh mandate after the people chose her leadership.
"I take this early opportunity to congratulate the people of Machakos county and wiper party for the faith and overwhelmingly voting for change. I wish you continued prosperity as we embark on this fresh mandate," she wrote.
She had earlier on taken an early lead yesterday ahead of United Democratic Association UDA party Candidate Muthama Ngelele.
A win for Kavindu sends UDA party back to the table for strategy as they are still far away from being the party they always preach about.
One of Kenya's Twitter user by the name kipruto Frankline took to his page to tease UDA party saying it is only popular in social media where they,tally votes,make noise and complain behind the keyboards but on ground they are nowhere to be seen.
"UDAs stronghold is a region called social media, people in this region vote, make noise, tally their votes and complain behind the keyboard but they never make it to any polling station," he wrote.
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