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Keep off our party affairs, Murungi tells TNA

07 December 2012, 16:33

Nairobi - The Alliance Party of Kenya (APK) on Friday asked The National Alliance of Kenya (TNA) to stop meddling in its affairs.

According to Daily Nation, APK leader Kiraitu Murungi said other parties should allow the party to make an independent decision on it's future.

Murungi called upon all other political parties to leave the ‘Bus’ alone.

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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