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A big blow to John Lunyangapuo as UDA Simon Kachapin wins West Pokot County gubernatorial Seat

John Lunyangapuo was the governor of West Pokot County. This 9th August general elections he was also still vying for the gubernatorial seat in West Pokot County. Unfortunately his ends hasn't met since he has been defeated by Simon Kachapin who was also vying for the gubernatorial seat in West Pokot County under the ticket of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party, which is led by the deputy president William Ruto.

Simon Kachapin of UDA garnered 86,476 votes which gave him victory against John Lunyangapuo garnered 84,610 votes.

John Lunyangapuo has been famously known of being funny while delivering a public speech. He used to talk in Swahili as he made fun out of his speech.

William Ruto for United Democratic Alliance party is now getting an upper hand as he gets governor seats in his party, which actually will make his government strong if elected as the president of Kenya.

As per tallying Process William Ruto is leading with 6,682,827 votes and Raila is close to him with 6,544,179 votes.

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