Machakos senator Agnes Kavindu says she did not join politics to spite her ex-husband Johnson Muthama.
Speking at AIC Sengani church today Kavindu said that when she decided to vie for the senatorial seat many thought she was trying to vex Muthama who had held the position previously. This is why
She disclosed that her senatorial bid was a calling from God that she could not evade and was glad when Muthama said he would not be defending the seat. In 2017 Kavindu had vied for the woman representative position on a jubilee ticket.
"God provided the people to show me the way because i did not have a single cent to campaign and honestly i was relieved when Muthama said he would not be vying,"she noted.
She said that for the one year time she has been senator she has tried her best to discharge her duties as expected.
She sympathised with the governor who will be elected because he or she will find a lot of debts.
Kavindu urged the locals to vote for her once again and give her a chance to work for them.
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