After working for former President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta for quite a long time in State House, Nzioka Waita sprung ito the political ring in the run up to the recently concluded August ninth general elections.
Waita contested for the Machakos County Gubernatorial seat on Chama Cha Uzalendo ticket but was trounced by current Governor, Wavinya Ndeti of Wiper Party. CCU Party was equally an affiliate in the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition party.
Four months down the line, Waita has now made a bold move after the August ninth waterloo. The politician has now announced that he will be taking a break from politics to focus on his personal and professional growth.
He has maintained that he will continue to contribute to our nation's development and well being as a private citizen.
Waita has however thanked all the 129,181 voters from Machakos County who voted for him and his running mate in the August ninth polls.
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