Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula yesterday sent the better part of the day in makueni Nguu_masumba ward campaigning for the Wiper MCA aspirant. The election is scheduled to take place in 14th of October 2021. Therefore the One Kenya Alliance team moved in to show there solidarity to wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka candidate in the by_election hon. Eshio.
However things changed to be bad and moved to be worst for the OKA brigades when a section of residents in Nguu_ masamba ward started heckling them. The three leaders had to undergo political humiliation and intolerance.
Kalonzo, Mudavadi and Wetangula after the heckling were not left with any alternative but to leave the scene immediately for other places. Now the more suprising part of it is seen Kalonzo Musyoka being chased away in his stronghold like a thief. To add water to the salt three presidential candidates campaigning for an MCA post and still cannot convince voters at ward level to vote for them, then how about at national level.
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