ELECTION PLATFORM

WAJIR WEST

Wajir West is perhaps the only constituency in North Eastern Province (NEP) whose constituents vote with their conscience. For this matter, it is also the least developed area in the already marginalised NEP because of failure to support governments of the day. The area has been neglected for decades. Yet there are no signs of relenting in the voters’ noble stand.

The inclination of Wajir West towards positive political change has been demonstrated by its voting patterns since the onset of plural politics. Up to and including 2002 the area has voted for the Opposition.

Narc took the seat in 2002 when the rest of the region voted for then ruling party Kanu. And it is now apparent that the Opposition will take the Wajir West seat because even Mohammed Khalif, the incumbent MP, has declared his support for ODM-K (before ODM was reactivated by Raila Odinga this past week) and he was seeking the party’s ticket. Most of his opponents are also in the same party.

The area is unique in many ways. Residents are more enlightened than their counterparts in the larger province. For instance, the constituency has over the years had higher voter registration and voter turnout than other constituencies in the region.

Wajir West constituents are also more learned and offer a wider range of elite leaders at the national level, including successful business people and professionals.

But natural and manmade calamities abound in the area, compounding the problems that face this hardy people. Prospective parliamentary candidates will therefore need to contend with an assortment of issues affecting voters.

Adan Keynan

Wajir West hosts the largest number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in NEP, who live in squalid settlements in conditions worse than refugee camps. The IDPs were displaced from Isiolo during the Borana/Degodia war more than 10 years ago. They were originally from Wajir West but had migrated and settled in Isiolo, Eastern Province, before conflicts erupted.

The internal refugees rely on relief rations dropped in the Makaror, Bula Isiolo and Bula Jogoo settlements. Wajir West is allegedly the only toxic waste dumpsite in this region of the continent. It is claimed that nuclear waste was deposited in the area in the 1980s and this is blamed for many cancer clusters of patients reported in the constituency.

Sporadic droughts have left the predominantly pastoral constituents leading a sedentary life.

After losing entire herds, many residents are dejected and hopeless, besides which the area faces one of its worst environmental degradation crises in the last few years because many impoverished residents have turned to charcoal burning to earn a living.

Then comes the unresolved matter of the Wagalla Massacre of 1984 in which troops rounded up and killed more than 5,000 male residents at the Wagalla airstrip, Wajir town.

Mohammed Khalif

The late Ahmed Khalif, who died in the Busia plane crash just weeks after Narc came to power in 2003, was in negotiations that were at an advanced stage in securing a form of compensation for the families of those killed. Survivors, their families, friends and relatives would prefer a leader who will pursue this to the end.

Indigenous residents of this constituency are Kenyan Somalis who are often at war with their Boran neigbours in Moyale and Isiolo districts over cattle rustling, water resources and pasture in clashes that result in death, injury and displacement on both sides. What’s more, either side demands compensation.

There is little access to healthcare for most of the constituents because as pastoralists, most residents live far from urban centres. Mobile clinics and borehole water are very badly needed here.

Prospective candidates will need bagfuls of ideas on how to find lasting solutions to these problems.

The incumbent will run on an ODM ticket. He will face his father’s perennial rival and predecessor, Mr Adan Keynan. Others in the race include former MP Mr Ibrahim Hussein, Mr Ahmed Abdullai Mohammed an auditor with Deloitte, and a former National Youth Service (NYS) Deputy Director and businessman, Mr Ibrahim Somow.

WAJIR SOUTH CONSTITUENCY
Newcomers to give MP a hard time
By NATION Correspondent
Last updated: Wed, Sep 05, 2007 10:43 AM (EAT)
The assistant minister for Trade and Industry and area MP,, Mr Abdirahman Ali Hassan will face a hoard of aspirants eyeing the Wajir South seat.
Constituents say that almost every clan in the constituency will join the race and push for their own candidate.

Mr Hassan has been pressing the Government to establish Wajir South district, which has its headquarters in Habaswein, 120km south of Wajir town.

The new district was carved from Wajir district and is fully operational, with a new commissioner. Last month, the current MP attended the launch of the new district.

Mr Hassan is contesting for the second term. He narrowly escaped defeat in 2002 when he faced tough competition from Mr Mohamed Affey, the current ambassador to Somalia.

Mr Affey was a one-time MP for the area. It is not yet known whether he will contest this time. If he does, the campaigns might be the hottest yet.

In the history of the constituency, no MP has held the seat for two terms, either consecutively or otherwise.

Marginalised region

Mr Arale Hassan Mohamed is likely to stand on a Democratic Party (DP) ticket. He was once an assistant minister for Transport and Communication (1993 and 1996) when he was the local MP.

Retired Major General Ahmed Shiekh Farah is also in the race for the first time, promising to utilise mainstream politics to develop the marginalised region.

This is the constituency where the first election petition was recorded in the history of independent Kenya in 1974. A brother of Major General (Rtd) Farah, who lost the election petition by 13 votes, was then contesting against a former Nairobi mayor, Mr Ahmed Abdi Ogle who has since died.
WAJIR NORTH CONSTITUENCY
Incumbent torn between parties
By NATION Correspondent
Last updated: Wed, Sep 05, 2007 10:39 AM (EAT)
The battle for Wajir North will be fairly tough for the incumbent, Dr Abdullahi Ali. He wants to contest on an ODM ticket, but there is a proposal from his constituents to join Narc-Kenya.
This could derail his bid to recapture his seat. Many constituents have no time for ODM and Kanu.

He will face significant competition from Mr Ali Abdi Hussein, a former provincial public health officer.

Mr Hussein is likely to contest on a Narc-Kenya ticket. If elected, Mr Hussein says he will enhance agro-pastoralism.

Another candidate might be Mr Mohamed Hussein Gabow, an aid worker. Clan chauvinism and politics will feature prominently. Sub clans like the Ajuran are hoping to hoist their own candidates.

WAJIR EAST CONSTITUENCY
Acid test for minister as clan and party politics hold sway
By ABDULLAHI JAMAA
Last updated: Wed, Sep 05, 2007 10:46 AM (EAT)
Success in Regional Development minister Abdi Mohamed Mahamud’s Wajir East is determined by clan matters and choice of the party to vie on.
A key issue will be the promised upgrading of Wajir military airport to a commercial facility. The Government promised to turn it into the fourth international airport for both military and commercial aircraft. Since then, the control tower and the radar have been rehabilitated in readiness.

A planned trip to the region by President Mwai Kibaki may determine the way politicians will go and set the tempo for realignments.

The constituency, and indeed the entire North Eastern province, is seeing a transformation in party politics.

From Kanu’s 40-year domination, the constituency and the entire Wajir district will face the biggest test in choosing between Narc-Kenya of President Kibaki’s supporters and the Orange Democratic Movement-K coalition of big partners Kanu and the Liberal Democratic Party.

Orange leaders, credited with beating the Government’s side during the November 2005 referendum for a new Constitution, are yet to make a mark in the constituency and province.

Bidding his time

Mr Mohamed, just like other local politicians, is bidding his time. He wants to get the clan’s nod, then that of the party that could form the next government.

He will fight a formidable movement opposed to him, composed of youths and professionals. The group has been meeting in Nairobi and Wajir to identify a suitable candidate to stand against him.

The movement is combining forces with five politicians who have been making forays into the constituency.

First, from his clan base Fai, Mr Rashid Kassim (a senior manager at the Kenya Meat Commission) is eyeing the seat.

Secondly, his predecessor, Mr Abdi Mohamed Sheikh, who gave him a tough contest in 2002 on a Narc ticket, is waiting in the wings.

A third politician, Dr Mohamed Irshad, a popular doctor from North Eastern Province, might also give the minister sleepless nights.

FAFI CONSTITUENCY
Two-horse race in remote area with poor voter turnout
By HUSSEIN ABDULLAHI and BASHKAS JUGSODAAY
Last updated: Wed, Sep 05, 2007 10:49 AM (EAT)
Fafi constituency is represented in Parliament by Kanu’s Aden Sugow Ahmed, also an assistant minister for Water and Irrigation.
The retired soldier (he retired at the rank of major) will be defending the seat on a Narc Kenya ticket.

Mr Sugow will fight it out for the second time with ODM’s Elias Barre Shill, who is campaigning tooth and nail to avenge his defeat in the 2002 elections.

The constituency usually records the lowest voter turn-out, which is blamed on the poor state of roads and the nomadic lifestyle of the inhabitants.

Mr Sugow entered politics in 1997 when he contested in Dujis. He shifted base to Fafi in the 2002 elections and defeated Mr Shill, who vied on a Narc ticket.

Many perceive him as aloof and inaccessible. But his supporters attribute this perception to his military background of strict discipline.

In Fafi during the last elections, the MP got the support of influential former Chief of General Staff Mohamud Mohamed, for what people saw as a reward for leaving Dujis which the general’s younger brother had represented for the last 28 years.

Lost support

But some of his constituents claim that he has since lost the support.

Out of the 11 constituencies in North Eastern Province, Fafi is the remotest, but the MP visits the area regularly.

This has boosted his prospects of retaining the seat, and he has been selling Narc Kenya in the area.

He successfully campaigned for a Narc Kenya civic candidate in the Galmagala Ward in last July’s by-elections.

And he has influenced the drilling of more boreholes in a constituency that faces perennial water shortages.

This has earned him praise, as residents and their livestock have benefited.

He is credited with prudent management of the constituency development fund (CDF) which has been used to build more schools and water dams for the residents.

DUJIS CONSTITUENCY
MP ‘for life’ to come up against a challenger he least expects
By HUSSEIN ABDULLAHI and BASHKAS JUGSODAAY
Last updated: Wed, Sep 05, 2007 10:58 AM (EAT)
Dujis MP Hussein Maalim, who has earned the distinction of “MP for life”, faces the acid test of being challenged for the seat by youthful close relatives.
For 28 years, he has dominated the politics of Dujis, and by extension the entire Garissa District. He was nominated MP in 1979, but was elected in the 1983 snap elections and subsequently appointed to the Cabinet.

The 63-year-old Home Affairs assistant minister in the Government of National Unity, is the second longest serving MP after President Kibaki. The President has been an MP for 44 years.

Dujis voters born after 1979 do not know any other MP.

The nomination

For now, he is safe party-wise as he has declared that he will be defending the seat on Narc Kenya ticket of President Kibaki’s supporters.

He is likely to face in ODM, one of his three relatives considered strong challengers.

They include a son-in-law, Mr Aden Barre Duale, the executive director of Livestock and Marketing Society of Kenya. He is married to the daughter of retired Chief of General Staff Mohamud Mohamed, who is Mr Maalim’s elder brother.

Another likely opponent is the current Garissa mayor, Mr Siyat Osman, also in ODM.

It is significant that all the three come from the Yahye sub-clan of the larger Abduwak, who dominate both Dujis and Fafi constituencies.

A former Fafi MP, Mr Ibrahim M Salat, who shifted his political base in the last elections, is also in the race.

Where conscientious vote sows neglect and poverty

Wajir West is perhaps the only constituency in North Eastern Province (NEP) whose constituents vote with their conscience. For this matter, it is also the least developed area in the already marginalised NEP because of failure to support governments of the day. The area has been neglected for decades. Yet there are no signs of relenting in the voters’ noble stand.

The inclination of Wajir West towards positive political change has been demonstrated by its voting patterns since the onset of plural politics. Up to and including 2002 the area has voted for the Opposition.

Narc took the seat in 2002 when the rest of the region voted for then ruling party Kanu. And it is now apparent that the Opposition will take the Wajir West seat because even Mohammed Khalif, the incumbent MP, has declared his support for ODM-K (before ODM was reactivated by Raila Odinga this past week) and he was seeking the party’s ticket. Most of his opponents are also in the same party.

The area is unique in many ways. Residents are more enlightened than their counterparts in the larger province. For instance, the constituency has over the years had higher voter registration and voter turnout than other constituencies in the region.

Wajir West constituents are also more learned and offer a wider range of elite leaders at the national level, including successful business people and professionals.

But natural and manmade calamities abound in the area, compounding the problems that face this hardy people. Prospective parliamentary candidates will therefore need to contend with an assortment of issues affecting voters.

Adan Keynan

Wajir West hosts the largest number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in NEP, who live in squalid settlements in conditions worse than refugee camps. The IDPs were displaced from Isiolo during the Borana/Degodia war more than 10 years ago. They were originally from Wajir West but had migrated and settled in Isiolo, Eastern Province, before conflicts erupted.

The internal refugees rely on relief rations dropped in the Makaror, Bula Isiolo and Bula Jogoo settlements. Wajir West is allegedly the only toxic waste dumpsite in this region of the continent. It is claimed that nuclear waste was deposited in the area in the 1980s and this is blamed for many cancer clusters of patients reported in the constituency.

Sporadic droughts have left the predominantly pastoral constituents leading a sedentary life.

After losing entire herds, many residents are dejected and hopeless, besides which the area faces one of its worst environmental degradation crises in the last few years because many impoverished residents have turned to charcoal burning to earn a living.

Then comes the unresolved matter of the Wagalla Massacre of 1984 in which troops rounded up and killed more than 5,000 male residents at the Wagalla airstrip, Wajir town.

The late Ahmed Khalif, who died in the Busia plane crash just weeks after Narc came to power in 2003, was in negotiations that were at an advanced stage in securing a form of compensation for the families of those killed. Survivors, their families, friends and relatives would prefer a leader who will pursue this to the end.

Indigenous residents of this constituency are Kenyan Somalis who are often at war with their Boran neigbours in Moyale and Isiolo districts over cattle rustling, water resources and pasture in clashes that result in death, injury and displacement on both sides. What’s more, either side demands compensation.

There is little access to healthcare for most of the constituents because as pastoralists, most residents live far from urban centres. Mobile clinics and borehole water are very badly needed here.

Prospective candidates will need bagfuls of ideas on how to find lasting solutions to these problems.

The incumbent will run on an ODM ticket. He will face his father’s perennial rival and predecessor, Mr Adan Keynan. Others in the race include former MP Mr Ibrahim Hussein, Mr Ahmed Abdullai Mohammed an auditor with Deloitte, and a former National Youth Service (NYS) Deputy Director and businessman, Mr Ibrahim Somow.

Minister quits active politics……….  

Assistant minister Hussein Maalim Mohamed has quit elective politics and will not defend his Dujis parliamentary seat in the December elections.He has represented the constituency for nineteen years.Maalim is the longest serving MP in Parliament after President Mwai Kibaki and the first Cabinet minister from North Eastern Province.Yesterday, Maalim told a meeting of his Abduwak clan members including Dekow Maalim Slambul, the clan’s leader that a “time comes when one has to say enough is enough” and said he will not try to influence who becomes the next MP.His decision leaves the race for Dujis open for former Permanent Secretary and DC Ali Bunow Korane and businessman Adan Barre Dualle, both his relatives by marriage, contesting to replace him. Others in the race are Garissa Mayor Siyat Osman Ibrahim, former sergeant-at-arms Abdi Yarre and former Fafi MP Ibrahim Salat Mohamed. All these candidates belong to Maalim’s Abduwak clan.Maalim, a former councillor and younger brother of retired Chief of General Staff Mahmoud Mohamed, has been in Parliament for 29 years, first as nominated MP between 1979 and 1983. In 1983 he was elected member of Parliament for the then Garissa North constituency, ousting former legislator Abdikadir Hassan of the rival Auliyaan clan. Abdikadir now lives in Australia. Hussein almost lost Dujis to Hassan in 1992.

In 1988 Garissa North was split to create Lagdera for the Auliyaan and Dujis for the Abduwak who have dominated North Eastern Province’s politics since the elder Mohamed assisted former President Daniel arap Moi crash the August 1, 1982 coup and weathered the Moi era security scandals including the 1980 torching of Garissa and the infamous Wagalla massacre.

Meanwhile yesterday, the former minister who is now an assistant minister in the Kibaki regime said he had given his best for the local people in three decades and sought forgiveness for past misunderstandings with opponents.

He said he was leaving politics after a request by his constituents who, he said, spoke through the Abduwak Council of Elders. “I believe my constituents have spoken through the elders,” he said and claimed he had pondered over the request to leave the Dujis seat for new blood for two months. He did not say why the elders asked him not to defend the seat although he suggested the elders wanted him to leave politics as early as 2002.

Maalim said he will campaign for the Narc-Kenya candidate at the next polls and also support Kibaki’s

Predictions uchaguzi 2007: earthquakes expected-foreget steadman,! Did you Know ?

 1) That Mwai Kibaki is not stupid enough to stand on a NARC-K ticket ?

2) He is not naive to lose Moi-Biwott, Nyachae, Ngilu and Kombo just to keep the NARC-K Morons happy ? He is wiser than that

3) He will get NARC-K, New Kanu, Ford People, Ford Kenya and NPK into forming the original NARC. Within the next few weeks you will see Ngilu surrendering NARC Party leadership to Kibaki.

4) As a result, the neW NARC grouping with Kibaki, Nyachae, Moi-Biwott, Ngilu and Kombo will sweep 137 seats in parliament, irrespective of whoever is nominated ODM-K Presidential candidate.ODM-K will bag 73 seats. There will be no mercy or chance for fringe parties. Politics will be very mainstream.

 5) Northern Kenya and Coast Province (Except Mombasa) will vote for NARC and Kibaki to the last man.

 6)Non-Bukusu Luhyas will vote for ODM-K irrespective of who is the presidential candidate.

 7)Gideon Moi will be Kibaki’s running mate

8)96 Members of parliament will not be re-elected. 114 Members will be re-elected. Thats 54% re-election rate which is not too bad compared to the past elections.

9)For areas that will vote ODM-K, 53% of them will vote out the sitting MP irrespective of party affiliation. This is the result of mainly usage of CDF funds. To be voted out in this category are Akaranga Moses Sabatia Awiti, P. Adhu Karachuonyo Awori, A. Moody Funyula Ayacko, G.M.Ochilo Rongo Balala, Najib Mvita Choge, Jimmy Aldai Kaindi, P.K Kathiani Kajembe, R.S Changamwe Kajwang’, Otieno Mbita Khalwale, Bony Ikolomani Khamasi, Daniel Shinyalu Kibunguchy, E.W Lugari Kimeto, Anthony Sotik Kipchumba, J.L Eldoret East Koech, John Chepalungu Kulundu, Dr. Newton Lurambi Ligale, Andrew Vihiga Mwaboza, Anania Kisauni Midiwo, Jakoyo Gem Ndile, Kalembe Kibwezi Nyamunga, Eric Nyando Nyong’o, Anyang’ Kisumu Rural Odoyo, Peter Nyakach Ogur, Ochola Nyatike Okundi, Philip Rangwe Olweny, Prof. P.A Muhoroni Omamba, Odhiambo Uriri Ondiek, Stephen Ugenya Paddy Ahenda Kasipul-Kabondo Owino, Likowa Migori Sambu, John Mosop Sang, Kipkorir Buret ####anda, Soita Malava Sungu, E.Gor Kisumu Town East Syongoh, Zadock Gwasi Tuju, Raphael Rarieda Wanjala, Raphael Budalangi Were, D.A Matungu Weya, Sammy Alego/Usonga

10) For areas that will vote NARC, 41% of them will vote out the sitting MP. This is the result of mainly a pro-Kibaki wave that will be sweeping through that area, followed by CDF performance. To be voted out in this category are:- Achuka F.Ewoton Turkana South Bahari, A.A. Isiolo South Boit, William Baringo North Cheboi, Moses Kuresoi Dahir, A.S Lagdera Gachagua, Nderitu Mathira Galgallo, Gurach Moyale Githae, Njeru Ndia Gumo, Fred Westlands Kagwima, Francis Tharaka Kamanda, Maina Starehe Kamotho, J.J Mathioya Karaba Daniel Kerugoya/Kutus Kariuki, G.G Laikipia West Kembi, Gitura Kiharu Kenyatta Uhuru Gatundu South Khalif, A.M Wajir West Khamisi, Joe Bahari Kimathi, J.V Lari Kimunya, Amos Kipipiri Kombe, Harrison Magarini Kuria, S. Kanyingi Limuru Maathai, Prof. Wangari Tetu Magugu, Arthur Githunguri Maitha, Lucas Malindi Maore, Maoka Ntonyiri Masanya, G.O North Mugirango/Borabu Mbau, Elias Maragwa M’Mukindia, Kirugi Central Imenti M’Nkiria, P.S.M Nithi ‘ A.H.M Mandera West Mohammed, A.C Lamu East Muchiri, G.G Ndaragwa Muite, Paul KabeteMukiri, Macharia Molo Muriuki, Karue Ol’ Kalau Muriungi, Raphael Igembe Murungaru, Chris Kieni Muturi, Justin Siakago Mwangi, Onesmus Kigumo Nderitu, Alfred Mwea Ndolo, Reuben Makadara Nkaisserry, J.K Kajiado Central Ntimama, William Narok North Nyagah, Joseph Gachoka Nyagah, N.M.G.K Kamukunji Okioma, Mwancha Kitutu Masaba Omondi, William Kasarani Rotino, Philip Sigor Shaban, Naomi Taveta Sirma, Musa Eldama Ravine Sudi, David Marakwet West Toro, Joshua Kandara Waithaka, M.K Kinangop Wambora, Martin Runyenjes Wamwere, Koigi Subukia

11) The following MP’s will be voted back on NARC ticket Kibaki, Mwai Othaya,Mohamed A.M Wajir East,Abdirahman H.Ali Wajir South, Abdullahi I. Wajir North Angwenyi, Jimmy Kitutu Chache Bifwoli, Wakoli Bumula Biwott, K.N.Kipyator Keiyo South Chelaite, Alicen Rongai Chepkitony, Lucas Keiyo North Dzoro, Morris Kaloleni Ethuro, D.E Turkana Central Gitau, Kabugu Juja Ukur Yatani North Horr Haji, Yusuf Ijara Kagwe, Mutahi Mukurweini Kamama, Asman Baringo East Kariuki, Mirugi Nakuru Town Karua, (Ms) Martha Gichugu Karume, J.N Kiambaa Katuku, Mutua Mwala Kenneth, Peter Gatanga Keter, Charles Belgut Kibwana, Prof. K Makueni Kihara, Jane Naivasha Kingi, Kahindi Ganze Kirwa, Kipruto Cherangany Kituyi, Dr. Mukhisa Kimilili Kiunjuri, Mwangi Laikipia East Kofa, M.Tola Galole Kombo, Musikari Webuye Konchella, Gideon Kilgoris Kuti, M. Abdi Isiolo North Leshore, S.P Samburu East Lesirma, Simeon Samburu West Machage, W.G Kuria Manduku, Hezron Nyaribari Masaba Manoti, S.K Bobasi Mganga, Boniface Voi Michuki, John Kangema  Moi, Gideon Baringo Central Moroto, S.C Kapenguria Mugo, (Mrs) Beth Dagoretti Muiruri, P.K Gatundu North Mungatana, Danson Garsen Munya Peter Tigania East Munyao, Joseph Mbooni Munyes, John Turkana North Muriithi, P.G Nyeri Town Murungi, Kiraitu South Imenti Mwakwere, Chirau Matuga Mwandawiro, J.D.M Wundanyi Mwenje, David Embakasi Mwiraria, Daudi North Imenti Mwiria, Kilemi Tigania West Ndwiga, Peter Manyatta Ngilu, (Mrs) Charity Kitui Central Ngoyoni, Titus Laisamis Ngozi, Abdallah Msambweni Ntutu, Stephen Narok South Nyachae, Simeon Nyaribari Chache Obwocha, Henry West Mugirango Onyancha Joash Bomachoge Opore, Zebedeo Bonchari Metito, Katoo Kajiado South Poghisio, Sammy Kacheliba Rai, Gonzi Kinango Saitoti, Prof. George Kajiado North Salat, Nick Bomet Sasura, Abdi Saku Serut, John Mt. Elgon Shabaan, Isack Mandera East Shakombo, Rashid Likoni Sugow, Aden Fafi Tarus, Stephen Emgwen Twaha, Fahim Lamu West Nakitare, David Saboti Wamunyinyi, A.M Kanduyi Wario, Ali Bura Wekesa, Dr. Noah Kwanza Wetangula, Moses Sirisia

12) The following MP’s will be voted back on ODM-K ticket Arungah, J.O. Khwisero Billow, A.Kerrow Mandera Central Ivuti, Mwangu Kitui South Khaniri, George Hamisi Kilimo, Lina Marakwet East Kilonzo Charles Yatta Kilonzo, Kiema Mutito Koech, Sammy Konoin Korir, J.K Mogotio Koros, D.K Eldoret South Kosgey, Henry Tinderet Madoka, Marsden Mwatate Magara, Omingo South Mugirango Maitha, M.M Kangundo Mango, Prof. C.A. Butula Marende, Kenneth Emuhaya Mbai, B.I Masinga Musila, David Mwingi South Musyoka, Kalonzo Mwingi North Mutiso, Mutinda Kilome Mwanzia, Daudi Machakos Town Mwendwa, Nyiva Kitui West Ndambuki, Gideon Kaiti Odinga, Raila Langata Oginga, Oburu Bondo Ojaamongson, Sospeter Amagoro Ojode, Orwa Ndhiwa Okemo, Chris Nambale Nyagudi, Ken Kisumu Town West Oparanya, Wycliffe Butere Osundwa, Wycliffe Mumias Ruto, Samoei Eldoret North Rutto, Sammy Kipkelion Too, Nondin Ainamoi Kwa hivyo wachana na porojo ya steadman, hivi ndivyo mambo ilivyo

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