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KIBWEZI WEST PROMISES TO SEND DR.PATRICK MUSIMBA HOME

Kibwezi west is set to witness a tight race for the mp seat after the entrance of JAMES KIMANTHI MBALUKA.

Dr Patrick Musimba is facing a tough and a rough time after they realised that he has been doing ghost projects and especially the youths are at his neck after the mp neglected them after he was elected and only could buy ‘mama’s ‘ leso branded musimba.
James Mbaluka has taken over the hearts of the electorates and unlike the last general election where kalembe won and musimba was declared winner ,and musimba won the re election with a little margin.it’s now imaging that musimba will be beaten by James Mbaluka following the recent research and the notion that MUSIMBA is “An invisible leader” people of kibwezi west are tired of a leader they do not see since they elected him and you only reach him through the SKYPE a communication tool that even the youth do not have.
MUSIMBA is also blamed for having organised the incumbent mcas to impeach the governor and almost HE Kivutha Kibwana was shot dead. He will have a hard time selling his ideals since it’s obvious that he is supporting Uhuru Kenyatta for re election.

Musimba has embezzled CDF money through projects like tree planting allocated money that never was. It’s now emerging that musimba was not as rich as purported but came with that notion to gain mileage. Mbaluka who is enjoying the support of the wiper and nasa co principals is set to win with a landslide against the incumbent who is never seen but stays in Malaysia as said by a nguumo resident.

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