General elections are one year and ten months away but the heat is being felt across the country.
In Masinga sub county the race will be arduous only for the strongest politically will survive the parliamentary race.
A spot-check conducted by Opera news established that there maybe change of guard in the MP position in the constituency.
Recently Mwalyo has not been on the good side of his constituents and needs to pull up his socks before it's too late.
For Maingi things seem to be going on well for him and he may take the seat from the incumbent without moving a muscle.
Even before the elections, he has been involved in community development projects that have seen donors invest in projects.
From eco-friendly toilets, boreholes, water tanks and not forgetting solar water pumping system Maingi has been able to help out and win the hearts of the people.
He says that he is best suited for the seat due to the fact he knows what the people need and how he can change the constituency for the better.
"If we need a great leader that serves us the way we should then we must be there to choose wisely. It's now or never my brothers and sisters, it's on our hands and you got a guy here who is ready for the challenge, willing and passionate try me my people," he says.
So far he is doing good and maybe the best shot for Masinga people but nothing is sure until the day is finally here with us.
The constituency has 42,211 registered voters and has had five legislators since its establishment in 1988.
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