As 2022 general elections were conducted two days ago, Kenyans turned out to elect their new leaders as president uhuru Kenyatta tenure is coming to an end. As tallying of votes is still going on, some positions like member of Parliament seats and members of county assembly seats are already visible who are taking them home only waiting for IEBC to announce them as winners.
Among the seats which appeared to have a stiff Competition in Nyandarua county included senatorial seat. It was a contest between John Methu under UDA Political party and John Theuri who was vying as an independent candidate. Some minutes ago through inooro tv, they posted on their official page talking about John Methu win.
According to Inooro tv, John Methu emerged the winner of the senatorial seat with 158,096 votes defeating his competitor John Theuri who had 36,920 votes making him the second. Congratulations John Methu for the win. What is your view on his win? Let's meet in the comments section and talk about this.
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