Yesterday, there was a very tight race involving UDA party and Kalonzo Musyoka's Wiper party in Ukambani region. This was during the Nguu/ Masumba By-elections. The two parties had fielded their candidates for this seat where UDA party was represented by hon Daniel Masau while the Wiper party was represented by hon Eshop Mwaiwa.
After the conclusion of this mini polls, hon Timothy Maneno, an indipendent candidate became a winner. Now, after his win, many people have come out to congratulate him for his outstanding performance and among them is the deputy president of Kenya, Dr William Ruto who took on his social media accounts to pass his Message.
Through his official twitter page, Dr Ruto congratulated Mr Timothy saying that he was able to hat off hon Mwaiwa Eshio of Wiper party. Ruto concluded by telling hon Timothy that his win was a brave show. "This is refreshing! Hongera Mheshimiwa Timothy Maneno kwa ushindi wako! Hats off Hon. Eshio Mwaiwa of Wiper for your brave show." Said Dr William Ruto.
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