During their campaign mode, the Kenya kwanza battalions campaigned for Nakuru County Senator honorable Susan Kihika to succeed Governor Lee Kinyanjui who is vying on the Jubilee party.
Governor Lee Kinyanjui has since broken his silence over the Kenya Kwanza campaign that took place in his home county resurfacing with fresh claims against the coalition.
Taking to his Facebook account, Governor Kinyanjui has accused the Kenya Keanza leaders of mentioning his name in their rally more than that of their candidate's honorable Susan Kihika.
According to his allegations, Governor Lee Kinyanjui said that the leaders from the Kenya Keanza team in Nakuru mention his name 28 times against his competitor Susan Kihika who their mentioned 22 times.
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