This terrible defeat did not go well with Wiper allied leaders from Makueni county. Makueni county is perceived to be Wiper party stronghold. The party has dominated the region for a long time. The ward seat was initially held by Wiper candidate the late Harris Ngui.
Today Wiper leaders from Ukambani region have revealed the main cause of their defeat. The leaders led by Makueni legislator Daniel Maanzo revealed the internal wrangles in the party. The vocal legislator did not show up in any of Wiper campaigns in the ward.
The Makueni legislator revealed that internal wrangles within Wiper party made the party lose in Nguu Masumba ward by election. He said this affected the grassroot campaigns hence losing in the by election. He further said that there is need of restructuring the party leadership at the grassroot levels.
He was speaking with TVS news. The media group posted this information on it's official Facebook page.
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