Jubilee leaders have warned Martha Karua over zoning that's being witnessed in Kirinyaga. The leaders,led by Kirinyaga senetor Charles kirubi and current deputy governor accused Martha of bias. Charles kirubi choose the current deputy governor as his running mate.
Charles kirubi and ndambiri urged Martha karua to withdraw her endorsed gubernatorial seat candidate from NARC Kenya party. The cases of zoning have brought about mixed reactions as it is just some days before the election day. Earlier this week, aspiring member of parliament in Mathare Kevin Bahati,accused Edwin Sifuna for trying snatch his chance after he offered that Bahati will get another job and should therefore leave the seat for ODM's Anthony Oluoch.
The Kirinyaga leaders while speaking to the media claimed that Martha should return the favor as Jubilee helped her get the running mate position in Azimio coalition. Top leaders have not publicly spoken about zoning cases as they continue to endorse candidates from their own parties.
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