With the deadline for submission for the contestants for the August polls now behind us, those politicians who secured the p[arty tickets from their respective parties will hit the campaign trail as they try to convince the electorates why they should vote them come August.
What has however come as a shock to many Jubilee supporters and the Azimio la Umoja camp is after the Muranga Women Rep Hon Sabina Chege failed to contest for any elective seat. Hon Chege has been a key member of the Azimio la Umoja movement from Mt Kenya and she has been marketing the alliance with the hopes that it will win the forthcoming polls.
Today, Hon Chege has finally came out where she said that she will not be vying for any elective position in Muranga County. Through her Twitter account, Hon Chege said that she will be concentrating her attention to the National politics in Azimio la Umoja Council.
"Finally the Holy Spirit has spoken, I will not be vying in any elective position in Murang'a County. I will concentrate with National politics in Azimio la Umoja Council. Asanteni wa Murang'a nawapenda sana."Sabina Chege posted.
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