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Kimunya Concedes Defeat As Karua Deliver This Message To Supporters

The leader of Majority In the national assembly Amos kimunya has conceded defeat after losing to united democratic alliance (UDA) party's Wanjiku Muhia.

Speaking to the media, kimunya appreciated the fact that life is dynamic, shaped by constantly emerging and often surprising circumstances.

"We did our best for kipipiri we are proud of our achievements and that history will never be erased. The peoples have however made their choice and we respect it. We wish them well. May God bless Kenya and bless kipipiri", said kimunya.

The MP becomes one of the latest to be swept away by the hustler wave that is sweeping through mount Kenya region.

Nyandarua governor Francis kimemia had earlier on lost to another united democratic alliance party aspirant. The development means that the jubilee party which was once a powerful ticket has lost its strength in the region.

Kimunya's message comes shortly after azimio running mate Martha Karua sent a message to supporters telling them "its not yet done until it's done".

This follows revelations that his boss only received 311 votes from her polling station whereby Ruto scooped over 900 Votes.

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