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Put Uhuru’s re-election bid first, aspirants urged

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By Moses Nyamori | November 13th 2016
Next year’s General Election has been billed as the most-competitive in Kenya’s history, especially for the president as Jubilee and CORD leaders traverse the country, seeking votes. PHOTO: COURTESY

Jubilee Party aspirants and current elected leaders have been urged to support President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election bid even if it means losing their own contests.

Next year’s General Election has been billed as the most-competitive in Kenya’s history, especially for the president as Jubilee and CORD leaders traverse the country, seeking votes.

 Speaking in Embakasi East yesterday, aspiring MP Francis Mureithi said President Kenyatta’s re-election should be the priority for all Jubilee supporters.

“I urge all leaders seeking seats and those already in office to put the presidential contest first before individual bids. Next year’s elections will not be a walkover for anyone,” he said.

 

 

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