With just seven months to the 2022, August General Election, political temperatures continue to increase in the country. Political leaders are putting everything in place to lure the voters to vote for them.
Today the Westland Member of Parliament Honerable Timothy Wanyonyi, has had an opportunity to host a closed door meeting with 100 clergy men from Luhya community in Nairobi. Wanyonyi who is the Nairobi County Governor hopefull was declared to run for the 2022 Gubernatorial Seat by the ODM Party Leader and Azimio La Umoja Proponent.
The 100 clergy men from Luhya endorsed and blessed the Member of Parliament for Westland to run for the Nairobi Gubernatorial Seat. Speaking today during his endorsement, the politian promised to change Nairobi County as a Governor, the same was he changed the Westland Constituency as a member of Parliament.
He promised to improve the lives of the Nairobians and improve the living standards of the people living in Slums of Nairobi.
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