Hon Weston Wanjohi. (Photo courtesy).
KANU Party politician who is a key ally of Baringo County Senator Hon Gideon Moi, Weston Wanjohi is eying the Mathare Constituency Member of Parliament seat. He was issued with a direct ticket a couple of weeks but it is not yet clear if he will be on the ballot as a KANU candidate. This is because of the Azimio La Umoja Movement zoning in Nairobi.
In Mathare, incumbent Anthony Oluoch of ODM is the preferred candidate for the seat. Popular Gospel Music singer Kevin Kioko (Bahati) who was handed a Jubilee Party ticket is on record saying that he was asked to shelve his ambition in favor of Oluoch. Wanjohi has been insisting that KANU should be given a chance to produce the sole Azimio candidate in the Mathare parliamentary race.
This evening, Wanjohi has taken to his Facebook page and delivered bad news to the supporters of Raila Odinga. He has endorsed Deputy President William Samoei Ruto's presidential bid and informed Kenyans that he regretted supporting Azimio.
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