Agnes kavindu Muthama
The Machakos county residents finally picked the candidate of their choice as far as the Senatorial seat that was left vacant few months ago is concerned.
Over 100,000 Machakos voters went to the ballot to choose Wiper Party candidate Agnes Kavindu, who had been endorsed by Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka. She badly floored UDA Party candidate Urbanus Ngelenge Muthama who came a distant third with slightly over 19,000 votes.
In a social media message, Omanga argues that the victory by Agnes kavindu was well deserved and that the Machakos county voters clearly picked her over Urbanus Ngelenge.
She added that she is left celebrating the victory of Agnes kavindu even as she predicted a good future for the newly formed UDA Party.
"Madam Agnes' victory in the Machakos senatorial by-election is well deserved & mirrors voters' undisputed confidence in her. I'm thrilled to join her in celebrating her victory, as I applaud UDA candidate Urbanus Ngengele for a well fought battle. The future of UDA is luminous," she said.
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