Things are day by day getting rough for the former Kajiado Governor Dr. David Nkedianye who is also in Azimio after the Agriculture Secretary Peter Munya endorsed Incumbent Governor Kosepy Ole Lenku who is seeking for re-election.
Speaking today while leading the campaign launch for the Kajiado South PNU candidate Daniel Livondo, Peter Munya affirmed his support for Lenku because of the good work he has done to his residents for the last five years while in holding office. According to Munya, Lenku should be given another chance to serve so that work may continue.
"He has done work..If it is working why fix it? This Governor has done a splendid job, why should he retire? Let him continue till the end," Munya stated.
Munya now adds to the list of the leader's that have so far endorsed Lenku to be elected again.
Speaking about zoning, Munya stated that it was agreed that there will be no zoning to be done in Kajiado county even as sources reveal that some Azimio candidates will face the wrath of the Azimio zoning plans aimed at ensuring that they get more members in the next government.
Lenku who is flagging the ODM gubernatorial ticket is facing a strong competition from the former Kajiado Governor David Nkedianye of Jubilee, Katoo Ole Metito of UDA and Ng'ang'a Kango (Independent).
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