After some unidentified attackers allegedly set fire to his vehicle, a well-known Ukambani leader is now counting his losses.
Sources claim that unknown intruders burned Phillipe Sadja's automobile, the secretary general of Chama Cha Uzalendo, at his home.
Speaking after the incident, detectives disclosed that an unidentified group of persons planned the attack, and a manhunt to find the attacker was in progress.
At his home in Machakos town's Miwani estate, the incident took place.Sadly, this tragedy happened only a few days after Sadja made it known that he was supporting Wiper's Wavinya Ndeti over Nzioka Waita, the leader of his party and candidate for governor of Machakos.
Wavinya Ndeti, the presumed favorite in the Machakos mayoral campaign, will be Waita's opponent.
As politicians compete for various political posts across the nation, recent events have been concerning.
To prevent such terrible situations during and after elections, Kenyans have been asked to preach peace and also to promote political tolerance.
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