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Confirmed! Check out what UHURU did to get people talking about how he is managing Jubilee like it is his father’s property. This is the highest form of nepotism.

Kenyans were once again stunned by President Uhuru Kenyatta. This came after he proposed Kristina Wambui Kenyatta as his Senate candidate.

Kristina Wambui, Nairobi Governor Anne Kananu, and 14 other people were nominated for the Senate by the Jubilee Party in an IEBC gazette list.

Margaret Kamar, the deputy speaker of the national assembly, and Lina Chebii Kilimo, the chief administrative secretary (CAS) of livestock and fisheries, are two more important individuals on the list.

After receiving an honorary doctorate from Kenyatta University during its 51st commencement, Jubilee has nominated President Kenyatta’s elder sister for the Senate.

The institution on Thika Road conferred an Honorary Degree of Humane Letters (Honoris causa) upon Wambui.

Sabina Chege was one of 12 nominees chosen by the President Kenyatta-led party to represent Murang’ in the National Assembly.

John Mbadi, the minority leader of the National Assembly, was one of 12 candidates put out for parliamentary election by Raila Odinga’s Orange Democratic Party (ODM).

The Orange Party’s National Elections Board Chairperson, Catherine Mumma, was a significant selection for the Senate.

On the other side, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) of William Ruto nominated Cate Waruguru, a woman representative from Laikipia County, and Charles Njagua, an MP from Starehe, among others, for the National Assembly.

Among the notable nominations for the Senate were UDA Secretary Veronica Nduati, Karen Nyamu, Kajiado East MP Peris Tobiko, and former Bomet County Woman Rep Joyce Korir.

On the other side, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) of William Ruto nominated Cate Waruguru, a woman representative from Laikipia County, and Charles Njagua, an MP from Starehe, among others, for the National Assembly.

Among the notable nominations for the Senate were UDA Secretary Veronica Nduati, Karen Nyamu, Kajiado East MP Peris Tobiko, and former Bomet County Woman Rep Joyce Korir.

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