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Narok Governor Samuel Tunai throws weight behind new Jubilee Party

By Robert Kiplagat | December 18th 2015
Narok Governor Samuel Ole Tunai addresing residents at Eor-Enkule Primary school in Narok East constituency on December 16,2015. He has supported newly-formed Jubilee Party and vowed to market it at grassroots level. PHOTOS:ROBERT KIPLAGAT.

Governor Samuel Tunai has praised the new Jubilee Party and called on locals to back it.

Speaking during a fundraiser for the youth at Eor-Enkule Primary School in Narok East, Tunai said he will lead county leaders in marketing the new party across the county in a bid to ensure the current leadership remains in office in 2017.

“We support this new party and are calling upon residents to support us as they did in 2013 to ensure that the Government accomplishes her pledges to the people,” said Tunai.

He said Narok was one of the strongholds of the Jubilee government. The county boss also called on all the Maasai clans to co-exist and avoid being divided by politicians who are after their own gains.

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