Wiper youths left stranded after their Chair sneaks away from Akamba Unity Forum held in Machakos.


Wiper party youths’s were left at cross-roads after their leader sneaked out of Akamba Unity Forum venue unnoticed.

All is well that ends well but Wiper Youths Chair Rogers Mutua disapproved this saying during the Akamba Unity Meeting on 2nd April,2018 at Koma in Machakos County.

This comes after the miraculous disappearance of Wiper’s youth Chair Rogers Mutua from the venue who is said to have had the transport funds for the university students who had attended the meeting.

The named is said to have disappeared with KSh. 40,000 that was purposely made for bus fare to the learners leaving them stranded at the plains of Koma in Matungulu constituency.The learners are said to have encounteted a big challenge of how to get back .Their only option left was to chip to their pockets in order to get to their homes .

Several Wiper party youths had attended the meeting to give out their direction on the way forward concerning Ukambani political future. Attempts to reach Wiper party leader Hon. Kalonzo or the former Machakos Senator Hon. Muthama were unfruitful since their calls went unanswered.

A section of Wiper youths are now demanding the exit of Rogers Mutua as their Chair following his selfishness behavior he portrayed.In addition to that,the youths are pushing for an immediate conference on 7th April, 2018 to elect a new Wiper Youth Chair to take over from the current one.

At that meeting,Mutua is expected to give a detailed information concerning what went wrong neccesiating his miraculous escape from the Akamba Summit.

The angry youths accused Mutua of misusing his leadership position yet the youths have been complaining of such opportunities to lead.The youths shall also be eager to know from the Chair why he paid one-way and not two-way transport as was expected by the Wiper leadership.

Also pressuring the Wiper youths is why no one among them was given a chance to adress the gathering and articulate the youths views concerning the future of Ukambani.

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