“The ward is diverse in many respects and a solid win is a strong indication that Wiper is popular,” said the Senator who is also Wiper’s vice chairman.
“He was in Mombasa for a whole month and we saw that by meeting the people he was able to address the problems facing them but what has happened here is just a shame,” said Ms Wangechi.
"The operations of these garages continue to pose serious environmental impacts such as soil and water contamination through spills which are health risks. More so, they are within a residential area hence out of place with the areal land use planning," added the letter.
“Right now, it may be difficult to forge a single political goal owing to the fact that the electioneering period is just approaching and political re-alignments are about to begin,” said Mr Matundura.