oters in Nguu/Masumba Ward today return to polling stations to elect a new County Assembly Ward rep following the death of Harrison Ngui in June 2021. The by-election has 3 candidates Timothy Maneno (Independent), Eshio Mwaiwa (Wiper) and Daniel Musau (UDA)
A lot is on the line at the by-political race which is fervently challenged by Daniel Musau of United Democratic Alliance (UDA), Eshio Mwaiwa of Wiper Party, and Timothy Maneno, an autonomous up-and-comer who is sponsored by Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana and Machakos head of staff Mwengi Mutuse.
At the nearby level, the by-political race is charged as a petri dish for the incomparability of Mr Mutuse and financial specialist James Mbaluka who is organizing Mr Musau's mission. The two have pronounced interest in the Kibwezi West parliamentary seat in the following year's surveys.
The smaller than normal survey is additionally seen as a challenge between Wiper pioneer Kalonzo Musyoka, Prof Kibwana and Deputy President William Ruto who are independently plotting for the administration.
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