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Wanjiru and Sonko battle it out for Nairobi senate

22 January 2013, 11:23

Nairobi - The Standard reports Bishop Margaret Wanjiru will battle it out with Gideon Mbuvi ‘Sonko’ for the Nairobi senate seat after ODM gave Wanjiru the ticket to vie for the post.

The move comes after Wanjiru failed to contest for the Nairobi Governor’s post after the ODM National Elections Board failed to clear her due to her academic papers.

Sonko will vie for the senate seat on The National Party (TNA) ticket.

- For more visit The Standard


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