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I was Not Elected Because I Associated with Raila-Ngunjiri Wambugu to Sifuna

Former Nyeri town member of parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu has hit at ODM secretary general Edwin Sifuna dared Jubilee party to pack and go from the Azimio La Umoja coalition. 

Through his twitter handle Sifuna said opposition leader Raila Odinga got 490k more votes in Mt. Kenya than 2017 but the promise was 40% or 2.4m votes from the mountain. 

Wambugu wrote on his Facebook page "RailaOdinga got more votes in #NyeriTown than I did. He should also remember that his supporting Raila enabled him get elected; while my association with Raila ensured I did not get elected. Msitubebe,'

Wambugu was a big supporter of retired president Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga. 

He went round the country campaigning for the duo. 

Wambugu is also a big critique of the president William Samoei Ruto's administration. 

His post recieved mixed reactions here are some of their comments.

Paul Mashugia says "This is the same sifuna whose arrogance and rudeness chased Mudavadi and Wetangula from NASA.He is the hugest liability to Raila,"

Benson Amayo wrote "You are an adult of sound mind so stop blaming your association with Raila. What you are saying is partially true but your odds were high on whichever party,"

Pamba B Chris wrote "Wait 2027,we must put kalenjin together with KIKUYU in one corner and mobilize 2 against 47,thank you jubilee for your support 2022,you can now join UDA and meet 2027,hakuna uadui ni siasa tu,"

John says "Mheshimiwa this kind of argument is not necessary at this moment.whatever happened it's now behind us.kuria and the rest also supported ruto but lost even though for you the case was somehow different.yeah you lost because you associated with Uhuru and raila.cross the ranks and try next time.dont be obsessed too much about eala cause the slots were few,"

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