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Irungu Nyakera Dismisses UDA Six Piece Voting Pattern In Muranga County

Muranga Gubernatorial Aspirants Hon. Irungu Nyakera has dismissed calls by UDA party which is associated with the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto for a six piece voting pattern in the region ahead of this year's general elections.

The famers party leader reiterated that the documents they signed in Kenya Kwanza alliance allowed all affiliate parties to be equally and to field Candidates in all they constituencies.

According to him UDA leaders have been telling voters in the region to only vote for their candidates in all elective seats from MCA, Woman Rep, MP, Senator, Governor and President. Despite knowing that he are all in Kenya Kwanza Coalition together.

"Politics of six-piece suit are long gone and Kenyans should elect leaders based on track-record, integrity and their manifestos," Nyakera says.

Hon. Irungu Nyakera forgot that William Kabogo told Kenyans that there is nothing like Kenya Kwanza political party going into this year's general elections.

It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming days if deputy president William Ruto will address the issue of six piece voting pattern that is causing more problems the Coalition.

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