He has urged the residents of Kajiado to back him so that they might lead them in the next government so that they may get developments.
The soft spoken Kajiado county boss, Ole Lenku has 'leaked' the coalition that will form the next government citing that he was once an interior cabinet secretary hence he has a disclassified information.
He has claimed that the next government will come from the Azimio La Umoja and One Kenya Alliance citing that he has inner information.
"Mimi nataka kuwaomba wana kajiado mnishike mkono tujenge serikali yetu kama kaunti. Kila mtu amegundua asipokuwa ndani ya serikali kila kitu itaenda mrama." He has said urging residents of Kajiado to support him as he seeks the gubernatorial seat.
"Nilikuwa waziri wa mambo ya ndani ya taifa. Niko na information ya ndani kiasi. Niko na classified information na inasema serikali itatoka kwa mambo ya Azimio na OKA (I was once interior cabinet secretary and I have inner information of what goes on. I have classified information and it says that the next government will come from Azimio la Umoja and OKA)." Lenku has said.
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