When campaigns were underway in Machakos, many people anticipated that it would end up being a two horse race, but after the voters were done with casting their votes, things changed. The results began streaming in and it just proved to be a one horse race as Kalonzo's Wiper party candidate Agnes Kavindu Muthama raced clear towards victory.
After the IEBC officially announced her as the winner of the race, celebrations and jubilations did not just dominate in her party but also it dominated amongst many women around the Nation.
As things seem to be, those celebrations and jubilations from Wiper party after winning that Machakos County senatorial by-election may just be cut short after they were given a worrying reminder by Caleb Kositany. Kositany started by congratulating them for their victory before reminding Kalonzo's Wiper to focus moving out of the Akamba nation.
"Congratulations Wiper for winning the Machakos senatorial by election. Congratulations to the UDA team too,the results demonstrate that UDA can field a candidate anywhere in Kenya,it’s a party beyond tribe,race ,religion or status. Wiper focus on moving out of the Akamba nation." Tweeted Caleb Kositany.
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