After officially exiting NASA Coalition, former vice president Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka is swiftly making various moves to strengthen Wiper Party and inspire hope within the party members and supporters across the country.
While speaking in Mombasa county where he met thousands of Wiper delegates, Kalonzo rallied members to work in unity and stay put ahead of the 2022 campaigns. As part of Wiper's "winning plan", Kalonzo has started grooming young politicians for leadership.
While flagged by the party key leadership and members, Kalonzo endorsed a very young man to take up Changamwe constituency leadership. He endorsed Hon Munywoki Kyalo, who earlier served as Mombasa County minister for youth, gender, culture and sports.
About Hon Munywoki, Kalonzo lauded him as a diligent youthful leader who's capacitated to lead Changamwe people to prosperity.
According to the Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Hon Munywoki's performance has been excellent in Mombasa county, thus he truly deserves the Changamwe seat.
"We ought to groom our young men to take over leadership from us, Mr Munywoki is a sure bet that if elected, he can do a wonderful job for Changamwe people", said Kalonzo amid cheers from the crowd.
Mr Munywoki is known to have a desirable connection with Changamwe residents, county leaders and national leaders, thus he will be a force to reckon with come 2022. He stands a big chance to win the Changamwe constituency seat.End.
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