Prepare To Lose in August, Kiunjuri Tells NASA

June 15, 2017, 11:14 pm

The opposition is in panic mode and fears it will lose the election, Devolution CS Mwangi Kiunjuri (pictured) has said.
Speaking at Buguta, Voi, yesterday when he distributed relief food, Kiunjuri castigated NASA for interfering with the election preparations by trying to block the printing of ballot papers.
He said NASA has sensed defeat because “they have not campaigned enough”.
“You had the time to plan, but now 53 days to the election, you want to stop the ballot paper printing process. That is like saying you are not ready for the election. The election will go on as planned,” Kiunjuri said. He said Jubilee will beat NASA. “Many strong candidates have left their team and joined us. They come to you empty handed, but today, we have brought you food. We will distribute relief food until the rains come and you harvest enough food from your farms. We have invested billions in development projects in this region and therefore we urge you to support us,” Kiunjuri said.
He continued, “We defeated them when President Uhuru and his deputy had court cases at the ICC. Will they beat us when we are free.” Kiunjuri is on a two-day tour of Taita Taveta county, where he will distribute relief food to residents. The CS was accompanied by Natural Resources PS Margaret Mwakima, Taita Taveta county commissioner Kula Hache, Jubilee woman representative aspirant Lydia Haika and Voi parliamentary aspirant Dishon Mngoda. Mwakima said that the national government is fencing the Tsavo National Park.


Source: the-star

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