Chege Njuguna has clinched the UDA party ticket in the just concluded primaries in Kandara constituency.
Njuguna garnered 7,826 followed by Titus Njau in the second position with 5,335 votes, Stephen Mwaura who came in third with attained 4,414, James Kamau took the fourth position with 2,191 and Evelyn Waithira got 1,267 at number five.Chege Njuguna declared UDA flag bearer with 7,826 votes for the Kandara Parliamentary by-election, seat fell vacant after Alice Wahome was named Water and Sanitation CS.
The challenge had drawn in 14 up-and-comers who were peering toward the ticket in anticipation of the by-political race scheduled for January 5, 2023.
Njuguna was in the competition to get Kandara parliamentary seat in the August survey where he came in second after the prompt previous MP Alice Wahome.He was competing with the Chama Cha Kazi party ticket and he accumulated 19,260 votes against Wahome who collected 39,009 votes.
His concentrated missions before the August surveys might have given him an advantage against his adversaries.His success additionally shows the political unique nearby with individuals selecting to turn out well for them other than where they were being coordinated.
A prompt previous individual from parliament had given backhanded signs of the competitor she was liking to take the ticket and accordingly become the new agent.
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