- Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero says both Peter Kenneth and Mike Sonko have nothing to offer to city residents
- Kidero exudes confidence that he will retain his seat in the forthcoming August General elections
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero has said he will beat any Jubilee candidate for the gubernatorial position in August General elections.
Speaking when he attended a service at ACK St. Peter’s church in Embakasi, Kidero said he is confident of retaining his seat and Jubilee should prepare for a resounding defeat in August.
“Let Jubilee bring on any of their candidates but they should be prepared for defeat,” Kidero said.
Kidero said even a combined team between Nairobi senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko and Peter will still not beat him in elections. “I can assure you that even a combined team of Sonko and Kenneth will not manage to beat me at the polls,”
The Governor faulted the two saying they have no agenda for Nairobi and Nairobians will not elect them from the city’s top leadership.
Speaking on Sunday 19, 2017 during an interview on Citizen TV, Nairobi senator Sonko said he will not be Peter Kenneth’s running mate in the forthcoming elections.
“I cannot be Kenneth’s running mate I am very bitter with him. As team Nairobi we have a clear strategy as team Nairobi,” Sonko said.
Team Nairobi has Sonko, nominated MP Johnson Sakaja and Dagoretti South MP Dennis Waweru.
Speaking at the House of Grace Church in Nairobi West on sunday Kenneth said there is no need for Jubilee candidates to fight among themselves as the common enemy is to unseat Evans Kidero.
“The enmity is not within Jubilee, the enemy is outside there. I have been very clear on this, that in Jubilee we can have a consensus or we can have nomination. We are ready for both,” he said.
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