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Three MPs abandon Jubilee, join Cord

08 January 2013, 15:16

Nairobi - Three MPs from North Eastern dumped Jubilee Alliance and joined Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD).

They are North Horr MP Chachu Ganya, Adan Keynan of Wajir West and Laisamis MP Joseph Lekuton.

According to The Standard, the three led a number of aspirants who are intending to vie for different elective positions on an ODM ticket from the region in joining the coalition ahead of the March 4 general elections.

- For more visit The Standard

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