As the ongoing votes tallying is ongoing in majority parts of the country, politicians both seasoned and newbies are calmly awaiting the decision of Kenyans. So far huge names have dropped after losing the just concluded elections.
Among the famous leaders who have lost in the elections include Gatundu south MP Moses Kuria who was aiming at the Kiambu gubernatorial seat. He calmly conceded defeat.
Others include Jubilee’s Kanini Kega, Jeremiah Kioni, and former Nyeri county women rep Priscilla Nyokabi who lost to UDA.
According to Nyokabi, her loss was as the huge impact DP Ruto’s party UDA has in Mt Kenya. Nyokabi on Thursday, claimed that UDA’s wave swept them off leading to majority of jubilee leaders in the cold.
DP Ruto’s UDA party candidates have so far shown hopes in winning majority of seats especially in MT Kenya. Kenyans are now awaiting for the main seat to see who between Ruto and Raila will be announced as Kenya’s 5th President.
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