Residents of Nguu/Masumba ward in Kibwezi West constituency Makueni county on Thursday, 14th October 20221, casted votes In order for them to elect a new Member of County Assembly. The by-election was between three candidates, Eshio Mwaiwa from Wiper party, Timothy Maneno who was independent and Daniel Masau of UDA party.
However, huge setback has befallen on OKA after Kalonzo Musyoka suffers a huge blow following the results. Wiper party candidate emerged last in the concluded by-elections of Nguu/Masumba ward. This is after the independent candidate Timothy Maneno emerged the first hence newly elected MCA of that ward.
The results from the polls which were conducted yesterday has left Kenyans in shock after trying to imagine the kind of Shame Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka got in his own county. The reports has dealt OKA a huge setback following the looming allegations of OKA signing a coalition agreement that will hinder them from moving to another party.
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