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Kimunya must go

05 March 2013, 19:11

Nairobi - Transport Minister Amos Kimunya has been sent packing by Kipipiri voters, The Standard reports.

The Jubilee strongman licked his wounds inflicted by newcomer Samuel Gichigi of Alliance Party of Kenya associated with Energy Minister and Meru Senator elect Kiraitu Murungi.

Gichigi polled 18, 958 against Kimunya’s 16, 693 votes.

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