After the loss of Wiper's Party in the just concluded by-elections of Nguu/Masumba Ward, leader's and especially those from Kambaland's have continued heavily attacking the Wiper Party that is under H.E. Kalonzo Musyoka. From the IEBC's final results of the Nguu/Masumba Ward, Timothy Maneno won the seat with 43% and was closely followed by Daniel Musau of UDA who clitched 33% and Eshio Mwaiwa of Wiper Party came number three with 24% of the casted votes.
According to Mutua, the opportunity to initiate development and empower the people is not in Kalonzo's DNA hence the loss.
Also, in Ukambani regions, Kalonzo's focus has always been about power, positions, disruptions and waging of tribal cards. Therefore, there is little that Kalonzo can show to the people except the positions he has held for the last 36 year's while in government.
He adds by saying that Kamba Nation has woken up and have shifted their alliance from politics of poverty to politics of development.
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