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Ngilu’s tough battle to stem Kalonzo tide

07 January 2013, 11:42

Machakos - Supremacy battles between Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka and Water Minister Charity Ngilu are expected to reign supreme in the Lower Eastern region as the March 4 General Election beckons.

According to The Standard, the two, who have since settled in Cord and Jubilee coalitions respectively, are expected to stage a major political battle where each is expected to deliver a substantial bunch of votes to their respective coalitions.

Having relinquished their bid for the presidency, both Kalonzo and Ngilu have to work tooth and nail to ensure their respective alliances triumph in the slightly over one million vote-rich region.

- For more visit The Standard

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