Governor Mutua Is Sensing Defeat In The Machakos Senator Seat
By Nzangiempire | self meida writer
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The Machakos governor and the CHAP CHAP Party leader Mutua has admitted that the Wiper party candidate Agnes Kavindu has the best qualities of a leader. However he fears that if she wins the senatorial seat she will be used by the wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka to give the governor hard time.
He said this during a press briefing after campaigning for the CHAP CHAP Party candidature Mutua Katuku. He however asks the people of Machakos to vote for his candidate.
Earlier the governor faced blow after police seized government vehicles which were being used to campaign for the CHAP CHAP candidate.
Machakos senator Seat was left vacant after the death of former senator John Kabaka. It has attracted leaders across the country. The senator race have been predicted to have alot of impact on the August 2022 state house bid.
It has been depicted as a political war between the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and the Deputy president William Ruto who is the chairman of the UDA party.
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