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Amin Deddy a Member of Parliament in Laikipia East has condemned the current Women Representative Ms Catherine Waruguru by saying that casting insult as leaders doesn't mean anything to Votes despite of beating her in the United Democratic Alliance Primaries.
This emerged after Waruguru got 5,595 votes while Deddy lead with 12,743 votes.
Mr Deddy has illustrated the process to be free and fair after he qualified for his nomination certificate at Thingithu Secondary School.
This is what Mr Deddy said after emerging the winner in this nomination: “ I was competing against my sister Waruguru but she thought hurling insults would win her votes. The people of Laikipia East value development and respect, not insults, ” Mr Deddy said.
Thanks for your time here, share your opinions concerning the ongoing nominations of the candidates. Why do you think some leaders are insulting their counterparts after being thrashed in the nomination pulls?
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