The seat of Nguu Masumba ward was left vacant after the death of the area MCA Harris Ngui in a grissy road accident last month. Yesterday Makueni county assembly speaker Douglas Mbilu declared the seat vacant. Various candidates are expected to compete in a race to replace the vacant seat.
Today UDA party chairman Johnstone Muthama said that the will field a candidate in the coming Nguu Masumba by election. He said that they are confident that they will win in the by election. He said that UDA party is preparing itself for the coming by election.
UDA party will be competing with Wiper party which enjoys massive support in the ward. The late member of county assembly was elected using Wiper ticket. Wiper party is keen on recapturing the seat back.
The UDA Chairman also spoke about political coalition with Wiper party. He said that Wiper is one of the parties they are willing to partner with. He echoed words spoken by Mavoko member of parliament Hon. Patrick Makau of wiper coalition with UDA party.
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