Looming Political Showdown in Machakos Senetorial Race as IEBC Reveals This a Day to Mini Polls
By Jonjez | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 9556 views
Maendeleo Chap Chap party Withdrew their candidature in the Machakos race which is expected to be held tomorrow,18 March.According to the party leader Doctor Alfred Mutua,they took the initiative to join hands with President Uhuru's plan and activities.The party revealed that they respect the Handshake.
Stiff competition is expected in Machakos as Wiper party led by Kavindu have been holding rally in the entire region.According to sources,handshake is in support of Kavindu.Kalonzo Musyoka has been the de factor in the region and he led signature collection in the entire Ukambani region.
His close ally Ngengele of UDA has been receiving fully support from the Tangatanga allies,the allies have promised the party and all Machakos residents to take the lead.Political difference of Muthama and Kalonzo will be openly came out in tommorow's polls.
Meanwhile,IEBC has revealed the facts and figures of Machakos county.The commission has assured voters to have free and fare elections.
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