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Nakuru County Leaders Who Won UDA Nomination Tickets

Following the UDA’S nomination, many leaders have come out celebrating while others are not happy due to their failures to secure their tickets. Nakuru County is among the counties which are known to be "Hustler" nation diehards. The following list is for the candidates who secured their UDA tickets for their respective seats;

1) Tabitha Karanja. She's vying for Nakuru senetarial seat. Before she ventured into politics, she runs a brewery industry known as Keroche. She garnered 98,439 votes and secured her UDA ticket ahead of 2022 general elections.

2) Charity Kathambi Chepkwony. She is vying for MP seat for Njoro Constituency. She's currently serving as the member of parliament. Before she joined politics, she has worked at; Siginon Freight Limited as a clerk, Consolidated Bank as sales representative, and Kenya Literature Bureau (KLB) as a board member.

3) John Kihagi. He is vying for MP for Naivasha Constituency. He has served as a member of parliament for Naivasha Constituency and he has secured his UDA ticket for MP ahead of 2022 election. He garnered 10,394 votes.

4) Kuria Kimani. He is "fighting" to represent Molo Constituency ahead of 2022 general elections. He emerged the victor after he garnered 10,442 votes. He is currently representing Molo residents in Parliament.

5) Kinuthia Gachobe. He is vying for member of parliament for Subukia Constituency. He entered into office in 2017 and he is currently serving as the member of parliament. He garnered 12,264 votes.

6) Martha Wangari. She's an MP UDA aspirant for Gilgil Constituency. She first entered into office in 2017 and she's still the sitting member of parliament. She emerged victorious after she got 9,829 votes.

Thanks to Nakuru County residents for demonstrating peace during nomination.

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Charity Kathambi Chepkwony Nakuru County Njoro Tabitha Karanja UDA


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