Wiper party on Thursday suffered a bruising attack in the Nguu/Masumba ward by-elections.
Timothy Maneno an independent candidate came first, UDA candidate Daniel Musau and Wiper candidate Eshio Mwaiwa who came third.
Taking the third position was humiliating for Kalonzo considering he is a presidential candidate and claims to have a grip on Ukambani.
One would wonder what team delivered victory to Maneno beating Wiper despite bringing the OKA principals in the campaigns.
Believe it or not his win was a joint operation by Makueni county government in conjunction with Maendeleo Chapchap.
A spot check by Opera news established that a section of chapchap aspirants had been deployed to campaign for Maneno.
Some of them include Governor Kivutha Kibwana, Mwengi Mutuse, Chief of staff Machakos county,Raphael Nzau Lucky from Matungulu among other people.
According to sources these people camper everywhere popularising their candidate who is not new to people.
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