Talking at an interview with Kameme TV, Kamanda said he isn't intending to retire from active politics and he is ready to serve people of Nairobi at a more advanced level as their Senator.The former Starehe MP uncovered that his decision to run for the Senate position was informed by the interest of people of Nairobi.
"I have been paying attention to people of Nairobi. You can't say I'm old to lead people of Nairobi yet they are telling me to lead them in the Senate," he said.
He likewise asked the Deputy President William Ruto-led UDA party to get ready for defeat in Nairobi taking note of that all political seats in the county will be taken by the Azimio la Umoja team.
"No one is thinking Ruto in Nairobi. UDA won't get any political seat in all the 17 constituencies in Nairobi. This is because we have made plans on the way in which we will win the seats," he said.Following his entry to the contest, Kamanda will currently compete against ODM Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna and UDA's Karen Nyamu among other aspirants.
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