The Kenya kwanza flag bearer William Ruto is now on the safer side in the coming 2027 general election after Muranga's latest news. With just less than a week kick-off, the Kenya Kwanza party has begun celebrating their win in the by-elections that were held last evening in some parts of the country.
The Returning officer for the Garissa Township Constituency by-election Abdi Yunis Mohamed has declared that the United Democratic Alliance party candidate Barrow Dekow Mohamed has won the Garissa Township parliamentary by-election. Dekow, who is a brother-in-law of Defence Cabinet Secretary Aden Duale, garnered 11,572 votes to win the seat.
His opponent, Nassir Dolal Mohamed of the UDM got 8,158 votes, Total of 21,218 votes were cast depicting a 39.84 per cent turnout. What do you think of this headstart for president Ruto's administration now that he has added to his tally in the house?
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