Muranga governor aspirant Irungu Kangata has announced that he has dropped his earlier choice for running mate Dr Winnie Mwangi.
Kang’ata was at the verge of missing out on the final IEBC list after it emerged Dr Winnie had not resigned her earlier job according to the desired procedures. Following the hitch, Kang’ata’s bid was temporarily kicked out by IEBC.
He was given until Tuesday to prove whether the running mate allegations were true or false. He chose to settle on another running mate.
However, the Muranga senator managed to beat the deadline and was cleared to run for the seat. After the miscommunication, the senator has announced that he has settled for another running mate.
29-year-old Stephen Mburu Munania will now be Kanga’ata running mate in Muranga gubernatorial bid. Kangata announced that his move has been contributed to his belief in the youth and his energy will be an advantage to his team.
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