Kalonzo Proves His Political Muscle Against Ruto In This Region Ahead Of 2022 State House Bid
By Nzangib | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 7145 views
Friday 19th March 2021.
The Wiper party leader has proofed that he has a lot of political support and influence in the Ukambani Region. This is after their Machakos senator candidate Agnes Kavindu unanimously won the by-election held on Thursday 18th 2021.
The Wiper party won much higher votes than their rivals UDA who also had a candidate in this race. However the IEBC head announced of very low voter turnout. This race was seen to be between the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and the deputy president William Ruto who are two major rivals in the August 2022 presidential elections.
The former prime minister has now testified to the other regions that he remains the kingpin of the region and that he will have an important role in the next year's general elections. He has also proofed to Machakos governor Alfred Mutua and Makueni governor Kivutha Kibwana who have been underrating him in a bid to outdo him in the ukambani politics.
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