Former Chief of Staff in the Office of the President, Waita Nzioka has today cried foul over government officials who have decided to openly campaign for his rival Wavinya Ndeti in the Machakos gubernatorial race. Waita who is earlier confirmed that he is in the race for the county's top seat has warned his competitors who are spreading propaganda about him. Mr. Waita is to face off Wavinya in the Machakos gubernatorial race. Wavinya Ndeti is racing on Wiper ticket while her competitor is in the Chama Cha Uzalendo.
His has claimed that the statements given by supporters of Wavinya that they have been granted permission to campaign for his rival should be stopped and let aspirants hunt for votes from the electorate without being discrimated. He told his supporters he is headed for a big victory in succeeding the incumbent Governor Alfred Mutua. He urged them to firmly rally behind him and assure that they will give him votes. Nzioka Waita has accused senior government official in Kathiani subcounty of openly campaigning for his rival Wavinya Ndeti. This was after he held a campaign rally in Kathiani sub-county.
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