Musambweni by elections is coming thick and fast, as the residents of the constituency are treated to all manners of political theatrics, as both sides try their level best to clinch the seat come the voting day.
As the campaigns are nearing up, security concerns become an issue, and thus the police have to be vigilant to stop any act that would seem to disrupt the peace of the locals.
It is in that spirit that the cabinet secretary for interior Fred Matiang'i met with the security apparatus from the region to make sure that security is beefed up, and no resident is put at risk from any act of violent politics.
This comes at the time that the rival parties are both chest thumbing, and confident that they are set to win the elections, come the voting day.
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