Nyeri town constituency member of Parliament who was a strong supporter of Jubilee party and Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Ngunjiri Wambugu has for the first time broken his silence following defeat in Nyeri town constituency Parliamentary seat. The legislator has been among the casualties of the United Democratic Alliance party wave in Mt Kenya, and has joined the long list of Jubilee party leaders who have lost to UDA candidates.
However, the outspoken legislator has not accepted the defeat saying he has been rigged out because of the voter turnout reported in Nyeri town. "So in Nyeri we had over 70% voter turnout? Even stealing requires intelligence good people," Ngunjiri Wambugu has posted on his official Facebook page saying he was not defeated genuinely.
Although he has not said his next step, Ngunjiri has not done the same way as his counterparts Jeremiah Kioni, kanini Kega and Amos Kimunya who conceded and congratulated the winners.
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