Photos: Mudavadi, Weta, Kalonzo and Gideon Attract Massive Crowd in The Matungu By-Election Campaigns
By MashHenry | self meida writer
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Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi led a host of national leaders to campaign for ANC's candidate Peter Nabulindo in Matungu Constituency by election.
Among the leaders who accampanied Mudavadi were Wiper Democratic Movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and Kanu Chairman Gideon Moi.
Their presence attracted a massive crowd. The endorsement of Peter Nabulindo by the four presidential aspirants is a boost to him in the March 4th by election.
Mudavadi empathized on their commitment to fully implement the economic recovery, stability and empowerment. Mudavadi believed that Peter Nabulindo will ensure that agenda is met by providing great service to the people of Matungu.
The seat fell vacant after the demise of Hon Murunga who succumbed to illness. The seat has attracted a total of fifteen aspirants including Raila's ODM, Ruto's UDA and a host of independents.
Below are some of the photos of how the rallies unfolded.
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