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“Tukutane kwa debe”, Thika MP dismisses rumours about his candidature

Thika Town MP Eng. Patrick Wainaina has refuted rumours going round social media platforms that he had shelved his ambitions to becoming the next Kiambu governor in favour of someone else. He also dismissed as gossips, news that he was under pressure from his party, The United Democratic Party (UDA), to support any other candidate for the seat.

Wainaina said that the party’s position was very clear that there were no preferred candidates for any seats and the will of the people will form the basis of those who will vie for the August General elections using their party ticket.

“Those claiming that Wajungle is negotiating with some of my competitors in the party (UDA) to step down for them are just spreading propaganda and falsehoods. The only negotiations I am open to is for them to propose the positions they would want me to appoint them in my government once I am declared the governor of Kiambu County,” he said.

He said he was very confident of winning the UDA ticket in the party primaries that will be held on Thursday 14th April 2022. He pleaded with Kiambu residents to turn up in large numbers at their polling stations and nominate him to carry the UDA flag in readiness for the August 9 General Elections.

“The assurance from our party is that the primaries will be free and fair. Therefore, I have no doubt that the will of the people shall prevail,” he added.

Wajungle is facing off with Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi and former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu Babayao in the UDA party primaries.

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