Nyeri town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu has today taken online to accept that the Jubilee Party was undoubtedly defeated in the recently held by-elections, of Juja constituency, Bonchari Constituency and Rurii Ward.
Photo; Nyeri town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu.
In an unexpected move due to his die-hard support of the Jubilee Party, the legislator acknowledged that DP Ruto's alleged party United Democratic Alliance (UDA) did well in the polls.
He also recounted the tussle that has been going on between UDA Party-allied leaders and the Jubilee Party-allied leaders and reminded the Tanga tanga faction of previous losses.
" Politics is like War. It's made up of many engagements between the protagonists. They are called 'battles'. And we have had many battles with Tanga tanga.
We have won most of the critical ones. In Bunge. In the County Assemblies. On the ground. We have lost also some. Including the ones yesterday. But the war is not yet over. Not by a long short. And I am particularly looking forward to the 'next engagement' ". Part of his Facebook statement read.
Ngunjiri Wambugu further acknowledged UDA Party's win in the Rurii Ward by-elections, and credited the Tanga tanga-allied Nyandarua Women Representative Faith Gitau, for the good job that she did to ensure Francis Muraya won the polls.
He said "... Meanwhile my very special congratulations to Hon #FaithGitau; Women Rep Nyandarua. I don't support her politics-at all. But Rurii is her victory. And she won it against some heavy odds. Very well done to this 'mtoto wa mchungaji' " he added.
Photo; Nyandarua Women Representative Faith Gitau.
The Nyeri town MP's post comes just hours after UDA Party candidate Francis Muraya was elected the new Rurii Ward MCA, after garnering 4,303 votes against his closest competitor and Jubilee Party candidate Peter Thinji who got 3,143 votes.
Photo; UDA Party candidate Francis Muraya declared the winner by IEBC.
Aside from the Rurii Ward results it is also predicted that in Juja constituency by-elections, the Jubilee Party candidate Susan Waititu will lose to Moses Kuria's allied party, People's Empowerment Party (PEP) candidate George Kiomburi.
These was due to preliminary results and trends, however it is yet to be confirmed by the IEBC.
Meanwhile in the Bonchari Constituency by-elections the ODM Party candidate Pavel Oimeke won the seat with 8,049 votes while the Jubilee Party candidate Zebedeo Opore came a close second with 7,279 votes.
UDA Party candidate Teresa Bitutu came in third with 6,964 votes.
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