MCA Mark Ndingo tell Off Nairobi ODM MCA


In a recent development, the Member of County Assembly (MCA) for Kwa vonza, Hon. Mark Kitute Ndingo, has shrugged off comments made by Nairobi MCA Robert Alai, categorizing them as personal opinions that do not reflect the stance of prominent political figures such as Raila Odinga, the Babas, or the ODM party.

Addressing the media, MCA Mark Kitute emphasized that he firmly believes Alai’s remarks are not representative of the broader political landscape. “It’s crucial to recognize that individual opinions may not necessarily align with the positions held by influential leaders or political parties,” stated Kitute.

Furthermore, Kitui’s popular MCA expressed confidence in the approach of Wiper party leader Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, stating that Kalonzo will directly engage with Kenyans to seek their votes. Kitute asserted that Kalonzo does not need intermediaries and will reach out to the electorate independently.

Highlighting the upcoming elections, MCA Mark Kitute conveyed a message to Robert Alai, suggesting that he patiently await the electoral process. “Robert Alai should sit back and wait for the time of elections. Kenyans will choose for themselves who to trust between Kalonzo and Ruto,” Kitute remarked, emphasizing the democratic nature of the electoral system.

As political dynamics continue to unfold, the dismissal of Alai’s comments by MCA Mark Kitute adds an interesting layer to the evolving narrative, shedding light on the diverse perspectives within the political arena.

With Kalonzo Musyoka gearing up to engage directly with the people, the political landscape in Kitui and beyond remains dynamic, setting the stage for an intriguing electoral season.

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