The general election which is now moving to an end has experienced alot of challenges starting from the Kiems kit failing to work at various polling stations. Despite that, a member of county assembly in Nyandarua County who was expecting to win the election has blamed his friends and relatives for not voting for him.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, John Olkalou got seven votes after spending more than Ksh 250,000 in campaigns. According to him, he said that friends were telling him that they will make sure he wins the seat. Hon John was aspiring to be the member of county assembly in Kiambaga ward using the Roots Party ticket. Hon John said that he has more than 100 relatives who did not vote for him.
"Nimewacha Siasa", John said after losing the seat. It is now clear that people should walk with friends who can tell them if they are wrong. Hon John was being told that the people of Kiambaga will elect him. Despite that, let us not give up. Remember to maintain peace among each other during this time of election.
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