Famous nominated member of Parliament, Hon Maina Kamanda, who is a strong supporter of president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga has broken his silence following a long period of missing in headlines.
According to the report from Emoo fm, a Kalenjin radio station, Hon Kamanda has revealed that he will be in ballot box in the coming general election vying for Nairobi senatorial seat which is currently occupied by ANC member Hon Johnson Sakaja.
He's expected to face a competition from United Democratic Alliance candidate and it's not known if Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) will have a candidate or they will rally behind Kamanda who is likely to use jubilee party ticket.
Yesterday, Hon Raila Odinga revealed that they are likely to work with jubilee in the coming general election saying they will not have candidates from the two parties vying for the same seat even in the ward.
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