Mavoko MP mad Transport CAS Wavinya Ndeti at a past event(source. Facebook)
Three Machakos leaders are eyeing the Machakos gubernatorial seat on a Wiper ticket.
The three include Transport CAS Wavinya Ndeti, Mavoko member of parliament Patrick Makau and Machakos county assembly speaker Florence Mwangangi are hoping they will be given the Wiper ticket come next year.
However, since they announced their bid the elected Wiper leaders have found themselves in a tricky situation.
A spot check conducted by Opera news established that different Wiper elected leaders have aligned themselves to these aspirants.
For instance, Makau has managed to bag Matungulu member of parliament Stephen Mule who has been tagging him along to functions and also campaigning for him.
The speaker on the other side has Woman representative Kamene Kasimbi who ensures she goes with her to all her meetings with women and youth groups.
It's at these meetings where Mwangangi gets the chance to talk about her bid and ask for votes for next year.
Wavinya also tags along senator Agnes Kavindu and whenever they are in a function she reminds the public about Wavinya's interest.
One may wonder why these Wiper leaders have not settled on one leader.
The bod for this Wiper ticket in the gubernatorial level is slowly heating up as the three leaders cannot see eye to eye now.
Recently Wavinya said she is ready to face her opponents at the primaries.
Kalonzo also said that he will solve the differences between the three aspirants.
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