Earlier today, by elections were held in Masimba ward in Makueni county. Among the candidates were those of United Democratic Alliance and Wiper Democratic party. The third candidate was independent. Tables were turned down when the independent candidate emerged the winner and defeated Ruto's and Kalonzo's candidates. This has stirred up reactions on the country after the hard work by the two leaders.
In the last week and early this week, Kalonzo has been drumming up for his candidate. He pulled very large crowds that tension was brought to other candidates. On the other hand, UDA leaders campaigned for their candidate hoping to emerge the winner. However, the turn of events has raised questions with many asking if the crowds are genuine or not.
Today's results have brought allegations that the crowds top politicians have been pulling will not determine the winning party in the 2022 general elections. Some went on to state that some crowds were staged by the politicians in order to lure people.
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