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Good News To Willam Ruto As LSK President Join His Side

Earlier, Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi has mentioned again his Westands parliamentary contention. He said that he is not doing so to chase for more salary but service to Kenyans. LSK leader said people living in the poor neighbourhoods of the affluent Westlands constituency have been overlooked and are suffering.

“I am not going to parliament because I am looking for money. I am not going to hide money I have stolen before. I have no flaws. I am capable of serving. In Westlands, there is unemployment, there are no roads, hospitals, schools, especially in the poor neighbourhoods. I saw the situation in Kibagare recently and wept a lot," said Havi when interviewed by Radio Citizen.

Following that Havi has to find a party to fulfil his wish. He decided to join Deputy President Willam Samoe Ruto's side United Democratic Alliance (UDA). He was highly welcomed by the boss in meeting held at Karen.

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Kibagare LSK Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi Westlands


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