Karen Nyamu has finally broken the silence after she revealed the party she will be vying from as she seeks to be elected as the senator for Nairobi county. Nyamu said that she has officially been endorsed by Deputy President William Ruto and will contest through the UDA ticket.
The second in command welcomed the prominent city lawyer to his team on Monday. The welcoming happened at Ruto's Karen home and was overseen by MP Simon Mbugua and Nelson Havi.
"I was honoured to officially be endorsed by the UDA party to contest for Senator position in Nairobi County 2022. We fully support William Samoei Ruto's vision to change our economic models in the interest of Kenyans. Mpango ni Bottom Up," Nyamu said.
In 2017 she sought the Jubilee party ticket vying for the seat of the women representative but lost to ODM's Passaris. This time she believes she will win with UDA's ticket.
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