Yesterday's rally in Nakuru, organized by the United Democratic Alliance, the African National Congress, and Ford Kenya, created considerable political upheaval as it was the first of its sort. The gathering reaffirmed that DP Ruto, Mudavadi, and Weangula will work cooperatively following their Bomas proclamation. Nakuru governor, Lee Kinyanjui, has finally responded to the rally's happenings.
The Azimio-aligned governor stated on his Facebook page that it was improper for the DP to endorse candidates for the August elections. Tabita Karanja, creator of Keroche breweries, has declared her candidacy for the senator's seat, while Susan Kihika has expressed interest in succeeding Kinyanjui. These, however, have not been warmly received by the governor, who has now described them as an insult to the Nakuru people.
It's easy to see why the yellow team placed Nakuru in that position. As an "aided voter," someone who lacks the capacity to make their own choices, While they express what would be done to assist the people in other regions, they come to Nakuru to create the imposition of their puppets as candidates, "Kinyanjui explained. Kinyajui then issued a warning to UDA, stating unequivocally that their candidates would not be accepted. As we have always emphasized, the residents of Nakuru possess the capacity and wisdom to make their own decisions, "the governor remarked.
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