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Dreams Come True To Two Students From Mukuru Kwa Njenga As Sakaja Offers To Pay High School Fees

Nairobi gubernatorial hopeful and incumbent senator Johnson Sakaja has breathed hopes to two stranded Mukuru Kwa Njenga students by offering to pay for their Secondary School fees.

Catherine and Brandon's dreams of joining secondary school has come true as Kenya Kwanza Alliance candidate for city hall seat, Johnson Sakaja, assured to pay for their school fees after days of pipping through tough times occasioned by the potholes in the ailing county's economy.

[PHOTO COURTESY: Kenya Kwanza gubernatorial candidate Johnson Sakaja, Catherine and Brandon]

The two were flanked by women caucus comprising of volunteers from Mukuru Kwa Njenga who sorted Sakaja's intervention to unlock the students' dreams of furthering their secondary education.

Sakaja together with his running mate and former Absa corporate executive, Njoroge Muchiri, promised to support the aforementioned students in achieving their future dreams.

This comes barely a day after Nation Media Group (NMG) ranked Sakaja as the most preferred candidate, commanding 37 per cent followed by Azimio - One Kenya aspirant, Polycap Igathe, garnering 21 per cent.

According to the latest Infotrak report, Sakaja beats Sakaja in 14 constituencies while Igathe enjoys support in only three constituencies that are believed to be Azimio - One Kenya hotbeds.

Sakaja leads in Roysambu, Kibra, Dagoretti North, Embakasi West, Embakasi Central, Ruaraka, Kasarani, Mathare, Starehe, Langata, Embakasi East, Makadara, Kamukunji and Embakasi North while Igathe pitches tents in Westlands, Dagoretti South and Embakasi South.

The hotly contested seat has attracted four candidates eyeing to unseat incumbent Anne Kananu. They include; Sakaja, Igathe, Kenneth Nyamwamu and Agnes Kagure.

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