As the counting and tallying of votes for parliamentary elections, governors, senators and women representatives, majority of Senior politicians have expressed political maturity by conceding defeat and wishing their political opponents the best as they begin their five year term of serving our nation.
Currently, nearly all polling stations have completed counting their votes and sending the results to the final tallying center for verification and official declaration of the election outcomes.
Through Kenyans.co.ke verified facebook page, Amos Kimunya who serving as the majority leader of the national assembly has conceded defeat after losing his parliamentary seat to UDA in Kipipiri constituency which us in Nyandarua county. Kimunya was vying under Jubilee party ticket but things turned against him.
Another incidence is from ndaragwa constituency in Nyeri county where jubilee party Secretary general honourable Jeremiah Kioni has also conceded defeat after losing parliamentary elections and wished his successor to serve ndaragwa constituents well for the next five years.
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