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'It is a shame that the Wiper leader is even pushing for his son to be nominated' -Kalonzo is selfish to nominate his son for EALA post :Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua

Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has hit out at Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka for nominating his son for the EALA slot.

Speaking at the Machakos People’s Park on Saturday when he hosted about 10, 000 leaders from the region, Mutua termed the move as a show of selfish leadership. 332 more words

News

Where The Rich Lay Their Head

I need to Pause and ponder how life is. How different yet the same we all are in this life. So I am currently working in Machakos and this job has given me the chance to see different parts of the same place. 780 more words

Musings

Wavinya Ndeti defects to Kalonzo's  Wiper

By Wycliffe Munyoki | Wed Aprial 5,2017 at 2:00 PM

Wiper boss Kalonzo Musyoka receives CCU boss Wavinya Ndeti after she defected to join Wiper(courtesy of Hon.Wavinya Ndeti’s Twitter Account). 227 more words

NEWS

Random Thoughts in Machakos County

So my 30 Day Writing challenge was a bust, a failure, a goner…I guess writing is really not a simple thing, especially when you have little else that inspires you at that moment or any givem time for that matter. 781 more words

Musings

SKM rocked ODM-K IN 2007, history repeating itself in NASA

After reading what Kenya’s mainstream press write about events in Orange Democratic Movement – Kenya (ODM-K), and after watching both Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga appear in KTN’s ‘The Road to State House’ series, we have made telling observations regarding the leading presidential candidates of what has been Kenya’s unofficial opposition party. 899 more words

Cyprian Nyakundi Incites KAMBAS against KIKUYU, #NyakundiShouldBeStopped

I came across this post in facebook

“I watched a certain very disturbing video taken by one Cyprian Nyakundiand it purpots to mean a certain lady was tormented, stoned to death by some certain people because she went round bars injecting drugs in ravellers drinks. 956 more words

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