We will win Machakos by-election without stealing votes – Maliti

Machakos Deputy Governor Eng. Francis Maliti speaking to Mauvoo News at Ndalani. (Photo -Courtesy)

Machakos Deputy governor Eng. Francis Maliti has asked those alleging that Maendeleo Chap Chap is planning to rig in the March 18th by-election to stop.

“Maendeleo Chap Chap is not IEBC, we are just aspirants and we have no space to bribe voters or rig, we are going to win fairly out of the votes,” Maliti said.

On BBI matters, Maliti said that the bill will pass and those saying that it will not pass should know that the largest percentage of Kenyans are ready for BBI.

Maendeleo Chap Chap senatorial aspirant Mutua Katuku addressing mourners requested for their support come 18th March. Katuku called for all camps to practice healthy campaigns with no insults.

“We should unite to vote in the right candidate for this senatorial position. I ask everyone to vote for me as their senator and make Machakos a better place. Let us practice healthy campaigns with no indiscipline cases.” Katuku said.

Katuku took a swipe at Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka for saying Machakos County employees should not participate in the upcoming by-election noting that party leaders cannot be involved in hiring polling clerks.

Katuku also requested his opponents’ Wiper candidate Agnes Kavindu and UDA candidate Urbanus Muthama Ngengele to drop their bids and support him.

The leaders spoke at the burial of Mary Kioko Kilonzo in Ndalani, Yatta. Mary was the wife to Vincent Kilonzo brother to Yatta MP Charles Kilonzo.

During an interview with a local radio station 3 weeks ago, Wiper senatorial Candidate, Agnes Kavindu accused Governor Mutua’s led party Maendeleo Chap Chap of collecting Identification Numbers, Names for the purpose of using them in the by-election to favor the Maendeleo Chap Chap Candidate John Mutua Katuku.

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