The seat fell vacant in June following Harris Ngui’s death in a road accident on Mombasa-Nairobi highway.
With the by election around the corner, Wiper’s Eshio Mwaiwa is battling it out with United Democratic Alliance's (UDA) candidate Daniel Musau.
with just few days to the poll that will see Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and DP William Ruto's camp, Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo has led campaigns to woe the residents to vote for the party's candidate.
The group led by Mutula jr, stormed the Ward as they visited Kikumini Market, Kikumini SDA church, Mii shopping center, Masumba shopping center and Thiti shopping center in Kibwezi west.
He was also in company of Senator Agnes Kavindu Muthama, Senator Sylvia Kasanga Rose Museo, Serah Mulwa and Francis Munyao among few others.
"Eshio Maundu Mwaiwa is our man for MCA. We went to Kikumini Market, Kikumini SDA church, Mii shopping center, Masumba shopping center and Thiti shopping center all in Kibwezi west. Thank you for taking time to listen to us." Mutula has said via his Facebook page.
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