Rival politics play out at a harambee in Mwingi North

Mwingi north MP John Munuve (left) watches and his 2017 rival Mutati Nzoka announces his Sh. 250,000 donation during the funds raiser for Kamuwongo Secondary school in Kyuso. Photo/ Star

The sitting MP Mwingi North John Munuve on Saturday July 30 almost lost his temper after a rival candidate for the MP seat decided to take over his event at Kamuwongo Secondary School during a fundraiser.

Hon. Munuve had invited one Mutati Nzoka an aspiring MP popularly known as Sonko to address the people shortly before Mutati took over and started to invite other people to speak even as Munuve watched in disapproval.

Nzoka was busy introducing his people and tactically skimmed into campaigning for his candidature in the next general elections as the incumbent evidently grew impatient.

Seemingly fed up Munuve withdrew and went back to his seat and waited for Nzoka to finish. When sonko was now inviting another aspirant, who lost to the incumbent in the previous elections, Hon. Munuve loudly protested and moved to stop him.

“You are in breach of protocol. I am the one allocating people time to speak,” he said as he rose from his seat.
Nzoka apologised and handed over the microphone to the MP, who then proceeded to invite the other aspirant Nzengu to speak.

Nzoka had landed in a chopper that has now become synonymous with his visits to his home constituency; he gave a personal contribution of Kshs. 250,000 in support of the construction of a laboratory for the school.

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