UDA Party Candidate Anthony Nzuki wins The London Ward MCA seat
By Ericknewswritter. | self meida writer
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Anthony Nzuki has won the London Ward Member of County Assembly seat with 1,780 votes. Nzuki of the United Democratic Party emerged the winner after gannering the 1780 votes in a close range diference with his jubilee counterpart.
First runners up is Francis Njoroge of Jubilee party with 1385 votes. Only 300 votes helped mr Nzuki to emerge the winner of the just concluded by-election. United Democratic Party being a new party in Kenya, is doing good so far.
In his congratulations remarks, the Deputy president William Ruto upon his win. Dp Ruto thanked the people of London for the trust in the new party.Nzuki's win has also been congratulated by other UDA leaders. Among them is Kimani Ichungwa and Moses Kuria.
Despite the fact that the by elections were culminated with bribery and some violence, the will of the people of Nakuru was heard. In some polling stations in London ward, were closed for some minutes due to violent acts. However, the IIEBC officials disclosed that Nzuki's election was free and fair.
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