Jeremiah Kioni, the secretary general of Jubilee party is the man on the regretting side. He suffered a huge blow after he was defeated in the Ndaragwa parliamentary seat during the general elections by a UDA candidate.
A video of an interview between UDA deputy president designate and Jeremiah Kioni has emerged days after his brutal defeat. In the video, Gachagua is heard warning the latter to listen to the ground and not president Uhuru Kenyatta nor Raila Odinga since the people are the one voting.
"Let the honorable Kioni listen to the people of Ndaragwa and Nyandarua and listen to them keenly since during an election year you don't listen to Uhuru Kenyatta nor Matiangi or the county commissioner. It is upto the honorable Jeremiah Kioni this time to listen to the people having learnt a lesson in 2013 when he deputized Mudavadi against the will of the people," said Rigathi Gachagua.
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