Former President Mwai Kibaki's elder son Jimmy Kibaki has finally spoken of his political party fielding a presidential candidate in the August polls.
Photo courtesy (Jimmy Kibaki and his dad ex President Mwai Kibaki)
Jimmy Kibaki who is the deputy party leader of The New Democrats (TND) party has said that his party won't interfere with the political heavyweights in the presidential race.
The New Democrats is led by David Sudi and deputized by Jimmy Kibaki. Fredrick Muthangya and Vicky Onderi are the Secretary-General and Vice-Chair respectively and according to its leadership, they will popularise candidates in all other levels leaving the top seat.
The seasoned politician has revealed the decision of them not participating in the national level is because the country is in safe hands.
"We have big boys at the national level and we are leaving it to them. We don't want to interfere..."Jimmy said as quoted by Nyeri Muhoro Newshub.
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