Jubilee party has been handed a shameful defeat in Juja constituency by Moses Kuria in the just concluded by election,this was after Kuria's thrashed Jubilee aspirant who was John Wakapee,s wife,despite complains emerging that Governor Nyoro had allegedly planned to instill fear amongst IEBC officials.
This incidents forced IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati to intervene and ask law enforcer's to create a good working condition amongst his employers,after total tallying of votes law makers allied to President Kenyatta have reacted to Kiomburi,s win saying that they have learnt and they will rectify where they had gone wrong.
Ngujiri further explained that losing to Moses Kuria has forced President Uhuru Kenyatta to go back to his drawing board, since day one the law maker has been lashing insulative words to the head of state claiming that he is ready to take over from him come 2022,with this huge loss against the commander in chief its expected that President Kenyatta will intensify his campaigns in his backyard
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