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Mixed reactions as nomination results trickle in

18 January 2013, 15:08

Nairobi - Capital News reports a number of the outgoing MPs have fallen casualty in ongoing party nominations, as vote tallies trickle in from various parts of the country.

Nyakach MP Pollyns Ochieng, Machakos Town’s Victor Munyaka and Itwiku Mbai of Masinga are among those who have lost the nominations.

Ochieng was outclassed by Awour Aduma who garnered 12, 562 votes to Ochieng’s 6,241 votes to be declared winner.

- For more visit Capital News

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