An MP aspirant in Gatundu North constituency has come out crying at Chama Cha Kazi claiming they sold his ticket when he went to bury his grandmother.Mathew Mwangi Mukuha came out yesternight to share his painful ordeal with the party and directed his frustration to the party leader Moses Kuria.
In the letters below, he starts by narrating how he was the first member from Gatundu North who sponsored the party since it's beginning.He talks of how he organized members to visit him in hospital when he was sick and even passed the laws for nomination.
He goes on to say that the mother passed on and he was made a committee member for the burial.His party officials thought it was a mere joke.He says that barely three hours after the burial, he saw photos of aspirants who had been issued with certificates online and he wasn't one of them.
He finished by lamenting that he is just a youth with not very deep pockets and the party should move with speed to correct the injustice.
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