Viral video of Azimio Ally crying bitterly after losing in 2022 general elections has emerged online hence eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens. According to that viral video that has been shared on social media via reliable news source, the victim was a Wiper MCA aspirant in Mbeu ward who was Vying his seat with Wiper party.
The vocal leader is heard narrating how he has been working hard to defend that seat including investing his saved money on politics. Festus says that while in campus he used to save all his Helb money hoping that he will use it in campaigns and win elections. The heartbroken and hopeless leader has blamed Kenyans for calling him Mueshimiwa and denying him votes.
Festus has added that God is going to punish those who deceived him in politics including calling him respectful names like Mueshimiwa. He's just currently encountering loses after spending all his resources in politics and ending up falling terribly.
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