Just a day after the Kajiado gubernatorial debate went live at the African Nazarene University in Isinya last night, the governor Ole Lenku's re-election has received a major boost after the Luo community residing and working in Kajiado County today endorsed him.
Ole Lenku of ODM Party who is facing a very tough battle against the former Kajiado Governor David Ole of Jubilee Party and Katoo Ole Metito of UDA in the race to recapture the Kajiado gubernatorial seat is now a happy man after the Luo communities in Kajiado County agreed to throw their weights towards supporting his re-election.
To surprise, Lenku's major public endorsement comes just a time when sources reveal that either him or Nkedianye of Azimio Coalition must drop his bid and support the other in efforts to counter their rivals outside Azimio.
In the last night debate, Nkedianye and Lenku strongly faced each other after the UDA candidate Katoo Ole Metito snubbed the debate. Share and follow us for more updates.
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