Immediate former Bahati member of parliament Kimani Ngunjiri has today finally named senior leader from Mount Kenya region behind his Bahati parliamentary reelection bid loss.
Speaking today at K24 TV morning show, Kimani Ngunjiri revealed that Nakuru governor Susan Kihika was the person behind his reelection bid lose despite having both belonging to same UDA party.
Mr. Ngunjiri further revealed that Susana Kihika, the then Nakuru county UDA party gubernatorial candidate worked closely with his rivals from other political parties to bring him down in the August polls.
" Ngunjiri, who lost in his reelection bid, accused Nakuru governor Susan Kihika of combining forces with his opponents and eventually influenced his defeat to current MP Irene Njoki" reported Kenyans. Co.ke .
" The same woman who was nominated to vie as a governor joined my rival and worked underground fighting me, what is the use of being in that party" revealed Kimani Ngunjiri during the morning show.
The vocal politician lost his Bahati parliamentary seat to youthful Irene Njoki who won on Jubilee party ticket.
Legislator Irene Njoki and Nakuru Town MP Arama are the only two legislators from Nakuru county who survived UDA party wave and bagged their seats on Jubilee party tickets.
The then Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui who was seeking reelection on Jubilee party ticket lost his gubernatorial seat to Susan Kihika who won on a UDA party ticket.
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