Maendeleo Chap Chap senatorial candidate in Machakos County Bernard Mung'ata has called upon the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka to leave the electorates to elect the leaders they want in the August 9 elections.
Speaking with local media station, Mutongoi TV, on Friday after his campaigns at Machakos Junction, Mung'ata said that gone are the days leaders were chosen based on their political parties, as now Kenyans are keen to elect leaders who have good track records and leadership qualities.
The Former Speaker of Machakos County Assembly argued that the best thing for the Azimio's Chief Cabinet Secretary nominee to do is to focus on national politics and leave Machakos county politics to the candidates eyeing different positions and the voters.
"Why are we being told to vote 'six-piece.' Voters are now alert and they will not vote on basis of politics parties, they know who they will vote for, more so a leader who has a developmental agenda."
"We want to tell our kingpin, Dr Kalonzo Musyoka, that we will not vote for the leaders he wants. The residents here are tired of being told to support leaders who cannot deliver and that is why Ukambani has been left behind in development," he said.
Video from Minute 6 in the video below.
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