The five are Nzioka Waita of Chama Cha Uzalendo, Rose Mulwa of Empowerment and Liberation, Wiper Party’s Wavinya Ndeti, Johnstone Muthama who is looking at the seat on the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and Francis Maliti of Mendeleo Chap, who were participating in the debate.
During the meeting coordinated by Citizen TV, the applicants illustrated the improvement plans they mean to execute would it be advisable for them they be chosen in the decisions due in 21 days.
The issue of water took the middle stage, remembering that a few pieces of the region experience dry spell and every competitor was expected to make sense of how he/she would take care of the issue.
In any case, during the discussion, Kenyans via online entertainment rushed to take note of that Wavinya was battling to articulate her thoughts in English. Not to mention the language, some netizens regretted that the previous Kathiani MP worked while articulating her arrangements and quickly confounded herself.
The lawmaker likewise evoked comical responses when she exchanged the expression “there is a case in court” and on second thought said, “there is a court in case” while making sense of why the development of certain dams had been ended.
The netizens immediately reviewed her past Swahili precept that illuminated the web; “Yaliyo ndwele sipite” while meaning to statement “Yaliyo pita si ndwele, tugange yajayo,”.