The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) member Simon Mbugua, is among the many politicians indignant about the conduction of the concluded general elections in his delineate of interest. The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) nominee for the Starehe member of parliament seat has today come out to reveal part of the plans within the UDA and the rulling Jubilee party that was responsible for the unfair conduction of the election process and further denial of his earned win.
Mbugua who has promised to battle the win of Jubilee's Amos Mwago in court, has accused the constituency's former legislators (Margaret Wanjiru, Maina Kamanda and Charles Jaguar) for plotting his downfall saga.
He accused Charles Jaguar whom he battled and defeated to earn the party ticket in the primaries for having beef with him, even after a promise to have him nominated to the EALA in return for his support and loyalty to the UDA party. Mbugua who went further to highlight all the election misconduct by the three has promised to give far more details as days go by.
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