Before the By-elections in Rurii ward in Nyandarua County were set to kick off, the National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya assured Kenyans that he will retreat and Resign of Jubilee Party failed to grab the seat.
Moreover, it seems that his County backyard failed him after Jubilee candidate Peter Thinji went home defeated by United Democratic Alliance's Francis Muraya Githaiga.
Nonetheless, Husler Nation together with UDA party is celebratory mode with the Deputy President William Ruto expressing satisfaction with the sterling performance showcased by hustler teams.
Moreover, these are some of the political figures from Husler Nation who expressed their Views:
1. Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang’ata commented, "Hustler wins two seats in Mount Kenya, Juja and Rurii.”
2. Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika said, " Jubilee Party lost in Rurii, Juja and Bonchari! It seems it has an imaginary grip over Mount Kenya Region."
In conclusion, do you think that Amos Kimunya will honor his words and Resign? Leave a comment, let's keep the conversation going.
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