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Big Headache For Azimio In Nyeri As They'll Be Forced To Drop One Candidate

To avoid losing to their rivals, Azimio will now have to withdraw one of their candidates, which would cause them a lot of trouble in Nyeri. The coalition's top two senate contenders are now both men. That is Priscilla Nyokabi, a member of the Jubilee Party, and Kabando was the Kenyan NARC leader Kabando.

It would be fascinating to observe which coalition will renounce this seat in light of NARC Kenya's seat-grabbing efforts. Nyokabi has expertise in politics and performed well throughout her stint in the legislature. As Kabando was Additionally, Kabando is firm in his approach to problem-solving and appears to be a senatorial candidate.

It will be fascinating to see which candidate the coalition will drop for this seat given that NARC Kenya is also vying for seats. Nyokabi has a track record of success in politics and performed well when serving as a legislator. Additionally harsh in his approach to problem-solving, Kabando was Kabando strikes me as someone who would make a good senator.

However, the coalition only needs one candidate for this position. Jubilee already has a governor, a deputy governor, and even a female lawmaker. NARC Kenya is so interested in the Senate, and to make matters more difficult, both of them are seasoned politicians. Nyokabi is negotiating with the gender element, whilst Kabando is negotiating with the party factor. So, who moves aside to make room for the other?

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