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Labour Party of Kenya to announce stand on top seat

By Ignatius Odanga | Mar 8th 2017 | 1 min read
Hon. Ababu Namwamba addresss the media on 15th april 2015 outside integrity centre. this was after he visited the anti corruption body to speak on what he called 'my side of the story'. photo by: mbugua kibera

Labour Party of Kenya (LPK) will on Saturday announce the presidential candidate it will support in the August General Election. Party leader Ababu Namwamba made the announcement while addressing a rally in Magombe, in his Budalang'i constituency.

The former Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Secretary General said LPK was aware which outfit between the National Super Alliance (NASA) and Jubilee Party would win the August 8 polls. He appealed to Budalang'i residents to support the candidate LPK settled on.

He however sent a strong signal that the candidate may not come from NASA by castigating ODM leader Raila Odinga for doing nothing for Budalang'i people when he was Prime Minister in the Grand Coalition government.

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