September 23rd 2017

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Kangundo Jubilee candidate urges electorate to try woman MP

"Let us make history as people of Kangundo by electing a woman for the first time since independence and I will ensure that I bring change," she added. She further called on the youth to avoid been used as tools of tools by politicians saying that they are the leaders of tomorrow

By Oscar NdundaSaturday, 17 Jun 2017 14:20 EAT

Ms Wambua at a function in Kangundo.

Kangundo parliamentary candidate Rose Wambua, who is vying for the Kangundo seat on a Jubilee Party ticket, has called all leaders to conduct their campaigns peacefully without spreading hate speech. Ms Wambua, who is the only woman in the race has reached out on her male opponents to sell their manifesto without insulting other leaders.

"I am appealing to all leaders to campaign peacefully without spreading hate speech and they should sell their manifesto without insulting other leaders," said Ms Wambua.

Ms Wambua urged the people of Kangundo to make a history by electing her as the areas first woman MP since independence saying she will bring change if elected.

"Let us make history as people of Kangundo by electing a woman for the first time since independence and I will ensure that I bring change," she added. She further called on the youth to avoid been used as tools of tools by politicians saying that they are the leaders of tomorrow.

The writer is the news editor of the Kenya Free Press





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