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Master orator to contend with CNN, Kitungi in the fight for Mwingi West MP

 No doubt Patrick Koki Musau alias Kuvasila’s candidature has made Mwingi West parliamentary seat competition tough.

Former Kitui CECM for Tourism, Sports and Culture Hon Patrick Musau during Chapa Dimba na Safaricom in 2019. He is vying for Mwingi West MP and banks on his kind heart in helping the constituents to be voted in. Photo/COURTESY

The stakes are high given the Wiper party incumbent MP CNN is defending his seat against an increasingly confident former MP and electorate being lobbied to vote for individuals not parties.

Both Koki and Bernard Kitungi have accompanied gubernatorial candidate David Musila as he crisscrossed the expansive constituency last week and today.

Conspicuously absent from the rallies was CNN.

Kuvasila has been the most outspoken. He buys time to let others speak before him and when he takes to the mic, the residents are treated to humour and near fable stories full of wit and vague generalities.


Over time, the former governor Charity Ngilu minister has trained his guns on his two political nemeses, Kitungi and CNN. He says Kitungi has had his time and CNN his too before quickly appointing himself as the most fit to be area MP.

Koki says that it is only senator David Musila and him who are philanthropic enough to help citizens from time to time. He looks forward to better working relationship with him.

While Musila’s manifesto includes providing food for nursery school children, Patrick said that he will work with national government to introduce a similar program in primary school once elected.

“I will provide food for all students from class one to eight. My bill that I will take to parliament includes lowering the age that should get cash for wazees from 70 to 55 so that they can enjoy themselves by buying new shoes and clothes”, said Kuvasila,

Only time will tell who will be next MP for Mwingi West.


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