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Small parties should prepare to face Jubilee, aspirants say

KENYA
By Joseph Muchiri | March 11th 2017
Mbeere North parliamentary aspirant Dr Patrisio Njiru (centre) flanked by a crowd that received the aspirants who presented nomination papers to Jubilee headquarters in Nairobi speak to the press at an Embu hotel (PHOTO: BY JOSEPH MUCHIRI/STANDARD)

Small parties that hope to take on Jubilee Party should be ready for a heavy defeat in the forthcoming polls, the giant party’s aspirants in Embu County said.

Led by Mbeere North parliamentary hopeful Dr Patrisio Njiru, the aspirants said even though Maendeleo Chap Chap and Party of National Unity were campaigning in the region, local people would back JP.  

 They should stop lying to voters that they are affiliated to JP and prepare to face us at the ballot,” said Dr Njiru.

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