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Aden Duale Wins Garissa Township Member Of National Assembly Seat Beats ODM's Nasir Dolal

Garissa Township Member of National Assembly and Former National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale has been re-elected. The UDA candidate beat his closest rival from Orange Democratic Movement.

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Duale garnered 9,905 votes beating Orange Democratic Movement party's candidate Nasir Dolal who came a distance second with 5,972 votes to clinch the Garissa Township seat.

The DP Ruto stounch supporter took to his social media platforms to express his gratitude to the people of Garissa for trusting him to lead for a fourth term in parliament.

"I want to, in a very special way, thank the people of Garissa Township who have believed in me for the past three and this fourth election, making our, 'Ishirini bila Break' mantra a reality. Thank you!"

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He posted on his social media, "For our competitors, this was a friendly match. We played clean issue-based and policy-driven politics. We remain friends and residents of Garissa Township. From a clean heart, our team extends an invitation to our opponents to join us in sharing ideas that will make Garissa the apple of the Northern eye.Let our 'Uninterrupted Twenty' be remembered as a period of empowerment and development."

Duale also took time to invite his competitors to work with him as he sets out on a journey of delivering on his campaign promises to the people of Garissa Township.

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