EXPOSED! CEC Philip Meli Reveals Mandago’s Strategy of Slowing Down Opponents!

Uasin Gishu (UG) Governor Mandago’s confidants, Philip Meli has exposed the county head for his mischief to slow down his worthy opponent, business mogul Kiprop Bundotich.

Word has it that Philip Meli, a confidant of Mandago has fallen out with him for political and monetary reasons, saying that the camp has been, for weeks now, planning mischief to slow down his worthy opponent Kiprop Bundotich aka Buzeki, who continues to gain massive popularity with the county residents.

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Uasin Gishu county CEC Philip Meli during a media interview (image: Hivisasa)

The incumbent has planned a series of rallies in the county and has since planned to hire goons, brand them in his opponents merchandise and cause unrest during his various rallies.

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Meli further confirmed that part of their plan is to invite the media and police to cover the event and carry out orchestrated arrests and further release the goons infant of the camera to regain lost popularity and sympathy from the electorate.

This in itself is an extremely dangerous and archaic way of redeeming oneself.

The incumbent is not only planning to cause unnecessary unrest in UG but is also drawing very distinct tribal and ideological lines.

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Mandago when he and other leaders stormed Moi University demanding the appointment of a leader from his community, and not Prof Laban Ayiro who is from the Luhya community (image: The Star)

Why can’t they seek the vote in a peaceful manner? Why must he always incite animosity? him and his team MUST learn to fight on matters policy rather than creation of unnecessary unrest.

It is time the youth stood together to protect our mothers, fathers, children and our beloved county.

Let us be wary of politicians who want to divide us on tribal, age, racial and gender grounds and seek peace, love and unity for the prosperity of our county.

God bless UG.

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