Remain as Nairobi Voters – Kambas urged.

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Kitui county assembly minority leader Alex Nganga and majority leader Jacob Maundu address the media at the assembly offices on January 8, 2013. Photo/Musembi Nzengu

By Papa Shaq

Kitui County Assembly Minority leader, Hon. Alex Nganga, has urged members of the Kamba Community residing in Nairobi not to transfer their votes to rural areas but register in large numbers to vote Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko Nairobi Governor come 2017 general elections. He spoke while addressing leaders of various Nairobi based development associations from Kitui County led by their Chairman Muema Nduku when they paid him a courtesy call in his office.

Nganga pointed out that Nairobi City Gurbernatorial seat was the next most lucrative political leadership position after the Presidency and would offer the community a worthy bargain against a futile stab at the presidency as President Uhuru Kenyatta was poised for undisputable win.

” Nairobi County offers many employment and business opportunities than any other County and hosts the National Government headquaters . Our people will get placement in highly ranking positions and be exposed to lucrative business opportunities if Mike Sonko was elected Governor, the Kitui politician said”

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The MCA cautioned some Nairobi based jubilee politicians against reckless utterances targeting the Senator warning that unfair treatment of Mike Sonko will make Jubilee lose miserably if he chose to quit

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