It is a constitutional right for every Kenyan to vote for leaders of his or her own choice in every general election. We are now remaining with eight months only then Kenyans will have the one and only opportunity to change the leadership of the country.
In Machakos county, the race to succeed the outgoing governor Alfred Mutua who is serving his last constitutional term has been taking the new shape. The race has now attracted the likes of the former Machakos county Senator Johnstone Muthama, Machakos county Deputy Governor Francis Maliti, Machakos Town MP Victor Munyaka, Transport CAS Wavinya Ndeti, Florence Mwangangi and Mavoko Member of Parliament Patrick Makau.
As we approach the 2022 general elections, all aspirants have already started to move around the county to popularize their different gubernatorial bids. From the current political activities and events, UDA party chairman and former Machakos county Senator Johnstone Muthama has the potential of winning the race. Muthama has been moving around the county to popularize the hustler narrative and his gubernatorial bid in the county. Recently, the hustler narrative which is associated to William Ruto has attracted many people especially youths and women.
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