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Governor Alfred Mutua launches another office in Taveta

By Renson Mnyamwezi | January 8th 2016
Governor Alfred Mutua during the launch of Mandeleo Chap Chap in Machakos. (Photo: File)

Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua Thursday opened an office for his Mandeleo Chap Chap movement in Taita Taveta County.

The governor claimed he is being fought politically because he is opening the 'eyes' of Ukambani people.

"I am godsend to deliver my people from the bondage of Egypt. Whether they like it or not, it is a must that I will succeed in my endeavour," he said.

The governor addressed rallies in Challa and Njukini locations before opening up an office in Taveta town to co-ordinate his movement activities.

He said, through Maendeleo Chap Chap, pertinent issues affecting the Kamba community and Kenyans at large like poverty would be addressed.

"My development track record speaks for itself and that is why it is giving my political detractors sleepless nights," said the governor.

Addressing rallies in Taveta, Mutua denied claims from Wiper Democratic Party leaders that the movement was formed to scuttle Ukambani votes ahead of the next election.

The governor was accompanied by among others MPs Regina Ndambuki (Kilome), Victor Munyaka (Machakos Town), Makueni County Assembly Speaker Stephen Ngelu and Tip Tip party leader and former Kibwezi legislator Kalembe Ndile.

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"The initiative is only meant to accelerate economic growth and bolster unity among the Kamba community and not to scuttle votes as claimed by some Wiper party leaders," said Mutua.

Ms Ndambuki defended the governor, terming him as a development conscious leader who should be supported by all Ukambani leaders.

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