Stephen Mule,matungulu mp addresses locals in a rally in Matuu(source.facebook)
While speaking at Katwanyaa Mule told Waita to stop fearing Wavinya and be ready to face her at the ballot.
He noted that Waita should stop frustrating Wavinya who is vying on a Wiper ticket and got to the ballot like a man.
"Stop frustrating Wavinya by going to court. If you are a man prepare to face her at the ballot where she will beat you hands down,"said Mule.
"Stop telling people in Azimio that Wavinya should support you why not support her yourself. Go to the ballot and wait for a humiliating loss from Wavinya" he added.
The vibrant lawmaker said that Waita sprung from nowhere and declared his gubernatorial bid.
According to him, no one knows his home or even where he is and there is no difference between him and the incumbent Alfred Mutua.
Mule spoke in a Wiper rally where he had accompanied Wavinya Ndeti, her running mate Francis Mwangangi,senator Agnes Kavindu among other leaders
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