CS Wavinya Ndeti, deputy of Mavoko Makau during the harambee of the church
Political rivalry between Chief Administrative Secretary of Transport (CAS) Wavinya Ndeti and Mavoko MP Patrick Makau escalated into a fierce exchange of words today during a fundraiser for the church in Mavoko constituency .
The two, who were guests at AIC Daystar, clashed in the public spotlight, prompting Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka who was in attendance to intervene.
The problems started when the Principal Secretary of Water (PS) Joseph Irungu, who had been invited by Wavinya to the function, presented various water projects by the national government, which he directly attributed to the intervention. from Wavinya.
However, Irungu’s feelings did not go well with Makau, who quickly rose up to protest what he called Wavinya and Irungu’s ploy to engage in a dishonest, illegal and misleading.
An enraged Makau fiercely confronted the PS, reminding them that he was a civil servant, who should not be in politics.
âMy friend, Irungu, remember we are serving in the same government and what you are doing now is wrong. You have to stop this nonsense and sit down. in this kind of misconduct, âMakau said.
The incident triggered both tension and excitement, forcing Kalonzo to step in and cool the temperatures.
Irungu finally gave in to Makau’s pressure and sat down.
Initially, Wavinya had praised Irungu, saying he had helped her refresh her efforts to ensure that Machakos residents benefit from the national government’s water projects.
But Makau dismissed Wavinya’s feelings, saying she was only made a CAS last year, so she shouldn’t claim credit for what she hasn’t pushed for.
Makau challenged her to base her policy on real problems without taking undue advantage of projects launched by the national government long before she got her nomination.
But part of the crowd shouted Makau, chanting “Mama Tosha” (Wavinya is in good shape) slogans.
Wavinya and Makau, who have both declared their interest in the seat of governor of Machakos, are embroiled in wars for supremacy, each trying to get Kalonzo’s attention for the Wiper party ticket.
Machakos County Assembly Speaker Florence Mwangangi also said she would seek the Wiper Party ticket to run for the same seat.
Kalonzo condemned the incident and vowed to call the three Machakos County gubernatorial candidates to a roundtable to iron out their differences, which he said could cost the party the seat in the year’s general election. next.
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