The soft-spoken senator has urged the people of the region to vote for Eshio, wiper candidate as the next Member of county Assembly.
This is as the Wiper party candidate and Daniel Musau of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) look forward to battle for the seat as they pave way for the Kalonzo Musyoka-led party to muscle out with Deputy President William Ruto's man.
Mutula has also thanked the people of Kwa Matungu, Katyulani, Itaava, Kakili and Mithomoni for their warm reception during their campaigns.
However, the wiper party led by Kalonzo Musyoka, as per the photos shared by Mutula, they were received by very small crowds given the fact that the region is the hometurf of the party and the candidate.
"Marching with the WIPER team in Nguu/Masumba Ward for Eshio Mwaiwa running for member of county assembly.
We traversed the Ward from kwa MMatungu, Katyulani, Itaava, Kakili and Mithomoni.
We thank the people for their warm reception." Mutula has said via his Facebook page.
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