Respect other people’s territories, Wavinya Ndeti tells Mutua

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Wavinya Ndeti has told off Governor Mutua to keep off other people's territories
A past Photo of Wavinya Ndeti (Credit - Courtesy)

Wavinya Ndeti, Former Kathiani Member of Parliament and Gubernatorial candidate in the 2017 General Elections has hit out at Machakos Governor for what she calls lack of respect to other people’s territories.

Wavinya Ndeti took to her Twitter account to remind Governor Mutua that he stole her victory in the 2017 gubernatorial race. “Alfred Mutua the world knows you stole the Machakos people’s Gov Seat.Respect other people’s territories. Don’t think we have forgotten. You and your accomplices stole from a widow.”

“God bless you. Respect and truthfulness is key in life. Mbio za sakafuni uishia ukingoni,” Wavinya Ndeti added.

Her sentiments come just days after Machakos Governor claimed statues in Nairobi are not well maintained and offered to personally maintain them, an utterance that elicited mixed reactions from leaders as well as residents.

Former Kibwezi Mp Kalembe Ndile had asked the Governor to finish work in his county instead of wasting tax payers money in other areas. Kalembe’s hotel Macha beach club was closed by the health department in Machakos due to lack of proper liquid waste management and five of his workers were arrested. Kalembe claimed that his utterances about governor Mutua caused the closure.

Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko accompanied by Mavoko MP Patrick Makau, Makueni MP Daniel Maanzo and a host of other leaders Thursday stormed Machakos Police Station to secure the release of Kalembe’s staff that had been arrested.

In the rally, the leaders also took a swipe at Governor Mutua and told him off over the move to repair statues in Nairobi and the arrest of Staff Working for Kalembe Ndile’s Macha Bee club hotel. Wavinya Ndeti was however in London when the leaders stormed the police station.

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