Ngilu, Sudi publicly differ on presidency

Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu differed with Kapsaret MP Oscar Sudi over Kenya’s presidency with the legislator saying Nasa leader Raila Odinga abdicated his chance at the top seat when he pulled out of the October 26 poll.

Speaking at Kwa Vonza in Kitui during the burial of the father of the area MCA John Kisangau, who is also Leader of Minority in the County Assembly, the MP urged the Kamba community to support Jubilee administration for the sake of development.

However, Ngilu differed and claimed Raila won the August 8 General Election. “And for that reason we will continue to remind Uhuru Kenyatta that he was defeated squarely by Raila.

The Nasa leader is a man who can take this country forward,” she said. Proceed as planned Mavoko MP Patrick Makau said more than half of Kenyans did not vote in the repeat election adding that Raila’s ‘oath of office’ will proceed as scheduled.

Kitui County Assembly Leader of Majority Peter Kilonzo asked leaders and Kenyans to face the challenge and sort out the political mess. The late Jeremiah Kisangau was a long serving parliamentary Hansard Editor who retired in 2015 after a 36-year stint.

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