A leaked conversation of Wiper party to use a scientific survey to pick its flagbearer for the 2022 Kitui governor contest has not only caused jitters but split among the party aspirants for the seat. This is after former Wiper Chairman David Musila disclosed Wiper's plans to use the scientific method to gauge the popularity of the aspirants and pick the surest bet to take on other candidates at the meeting held Nairobi on Thursday, only days after he rejoined the party.
This secret move by the Wiper party has been critised by the former Kitui governor Julius Malombe and Kenya high commissioner to Uganda Kiema Kilonzo who termed the move “misgivings"
Musila revealed the plan while sharing his manifesto and vision with Kitui professionals who work and live in Nairobi in a meeting that saw him endorsed for the seat.
However other candidates who are eyeing to fly Wiper party's ticket led by Malombe now demand and explanation from Musila how his scientific method of party nomination will work threatening that should this happened then they will be left with no choice but to chant away out.
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