This comes after Hon Karua has message of zoning candidates to ensure that Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition party fields a single candidate for every elective seat to ensure the Raila Odinga-led party wins many seats at every election level.
Kirinyaga currently has two candidates under the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya who are battling to unseat the incumbent UDA gubernatorial candidate Ann Waiguru.
Martha Karua's party has presented Muriithi Kagai as their candidate while Jubilee party has the incumbent senator Hon Charles Kibiru as its candidate.
These two are expected to reach a consensus so that one of them drops his candidature.
According to Ndambiri, who is the running mate of Kibiru, Narc Kenya should leave the gubernatorial seat owing to the fact that the party already enjoys having the coalition's running mate.
He also holds that Kirinyaga is widely a Jubilee party zone hence they should be given the chance to field their candidate Charles Kibiru.
''In Kirinyaga, Narc-Kenya is basking in glory after Odinga picked Karua as his deputy. Jubilee is the bigger party in the region but we have nothing. Therefore, the gubernatorial seat should be ours,'' said Ndambiri.
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