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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

I will clinch Jubilee ticket, says Arama, Nakuru ODM rebel

Nakuru West MP Samuel Arama responding to the ODM disciplinary committee on November 14,2016. /Silvia Koin
Nakuru West MP Samuel Arama responding to the ODM disciplinary committee on November 14,2016. /Silvia Koin

Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama has asked his constituents to vote for leaders on the account of manifesto and not their party.

He said he is confident he will be reelected on the Jubilee Party ticket, going by his development record in the four years he has been in office. Arama defected from ODM and is labelled Nakuru ODM rebel.

The lawmaker was speaking at his residence on Wednesday where he had organised a prayer meeting ahead of the Jubilee Party nominations today.

“If a party is not working for you why die for it?” he said.

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