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MUNUVE gets overwhelming support in Tseikuru ahead of elections

Former Mwingi North MP John Munuve has called upon residents of the vast constituency to cast votes for him in the upcoming August 9 general elections.

Former Mwingi North MP John Munuve speaks at Tseikuru where locals assured him of their support in August 9 general elections. He is vying for MP seat he lost in 2017. Photo/MWINGI TIMES

Munuve was speaking at Kwa Kamanga village in Tseikuru location where he announced that he was coming to lay a stake in a town where he grew up and taught schools.

“All the people I see here, if you support me, I can get 75 per cent of Tseikuru.”, he said.

A recent spot check by MWINGI TIMES showed that various streets of Tseikuru town have Mr Munuve’s campaign materials. The immediate former area MP is vying on a Jubilee party ticket.

While stopping short of branding his competitors hypocrites, he said that they campaigned on a platform saying that he was not from their party only for them to troop back to Jubilee as Azimio la Umoja Coalition partners.

Munuve said that due to prolonged drought, many residents were suffering. While at home, he gets at least 20 visitors each day asking for assistant for two things only: fees and food.

The former legislator was speaking at a thanksgiving preparations event of former Thitani Girls chief principal Mrs Christina Mwanzia. He praised the retired teacher saying that all students he sent to her for high school education qualified for university.


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