It is a political season of course, and strategic plans are being molded to ensure a coalition bags more county-level seats against the opponents. Having the majority in Parliament as a party makes the government stronger in terms of passing bills in case a motion needs to be voted.
Kenya kwanza brigade is in a race to ensure that, the bagging of more seats flies their way. In mount Kenya Nyeri county, The UDA team has suffered another blow after an Mp aspirant in Mathira Constituency rejected the dropping offer given by Kenya kwanza's running mate and the incumbent Mp, Rigathi Gachagua.
Ex-street boy Daniel Kigi, who aspires to be the next Mp of Rigathi, openly told Rigathi that he was not ready to step down for someone else.UDA filled a candidate Eric Wamumbi who will be battling it out with the rest of the candidates. The former KCA student is at 23 years, rejected the offer for a county government which Rigathi openly promised for him, in case Mutahi Kahiga gets re-elected as the governor.
Daniel Kahiga is an ex-street boy who was rescued and educated by good Samaritans, and he managed to join KCA University, where he was appointed as the school president in 2019. Daniel represented Kenyan universities in the East African region, as a legal director under KUSO.
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