Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot who is a close ally of the Deputy President has revealed that Jubilee member and the Majority leader of the National Assembly Amos Kimunya promised to resign if the Ruto linked party, United Democratic Alliance wins the Rurii Ward by-elections which were conducted yesterday.
Through his Twitter account, Cheruiyot urged Kimunya to maintain his stand and tender his resignation letter.
"I hope Amos Kimunya will keep his word, National Assembly has a session this morning. It would be a good time. He promised to resign should the wheelbarrow roar in his home county of Nyandarua. Anybody seen him.." tweeted Cheruiyot.
In a statement by the electoral body The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC declared UDA's Francis Muraya as the winner of the Rurii Ward mini polls, who floored Jubilee's Peter Thinji and other four aspirants.
Muraya scored 4,303 votes while Thinji bagged 3,143 votes.
Deputy President William Ruto took to his social media platforms to congratulate his foit soldiers for delivering the win.
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