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Dr Alfred Mutua Plants Seeds of Change, Aims to Uproot Kalonzo’s Legacy in Ukambani

In a tree planting exercise held in Mumoni, Mwingi North, Dr. Alfred Mutua, the former governor of Machakos County, revived his longstanding call to diminish the political influence of Kalonzo Musyoka in Ukambani.

Dr. Mutua, the Current CS for Tourism wildlife emphasized the need for a generational shift in leadership in ukambani, stating that it’s time for a younger leader to take the reins of Ukambani. Asserting himself as the rightful candidate for this role, Dr. Mutua made his intentions clear, positioning himself as the successor to Kalonzo Musyoka in the region.

The remarks made by Dr. Mutua underscore the ongoing political dynamics within Ukambani, as well as the rivalry between him and Kalonzo Musyoka, a veteran politician and former Vice President of Kenya.

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Dr. Mutua’s bold statements signal his determination to challenge the established political order and carve out a new leadership path for the region, the TCD digital reported.

The tree planting exercise served as a platform for Dr. Mutua to rally support for his vision of a revitalized Ukambani, one that prioritizes youth leadership and progressive policies. As the political landscape continues to evolve, Dr. Mutua’s ambitions are set to shape the future trajectory of Ukambani politics.

Alfred Mutua Renews Push to Diminish Kalonzo Musyoka’s Influence in Ukambani.

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