Thursday, 14th October 2021, Nairobi Kenya.
Kalonzo Musyoka's Wiper Party has this evening issued a statement conceding defeat in the Nguu-Masumba Ward By-election's to independent candidate Timothy Maneno who is believed to have won the seat pending official announcement by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
(Timothy Maneno, MCA elect During his campaigns)
While conceding this defeat, Wiper Party also thanked their candidate Eshio Mwaiwa and UDA party's candidate Daniel Musau for putting up a brave fight to capture the seat.
Wiper Party added that and I quote "The people of Nguu-Masumba have spoken through the ballot and we honour their decision."
The Wiper Party also condemned the violence that was witnessed in sections of the ward.
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